Do you find yourself wondering what’s over the horizon or across the sea? Want to begin something new, and exciting? We’ve got the solution for you!
VaughanTown’s incredible immersion program will allow you to make your escape and to improve your English teaching skills all in one go. First, let’s look at all the incredible benefits you’ll enjoy when gaining live teaching practice in Spain.
1. Location, Location, Location
All three of the locations on offer through VaughanTown (Gredos, Aranjuez & Belmonte) are beautiful countryside towns which are carved into the natural beauty of Spain. The countryside is covered in vineyards and fragments of the past times. If you’re looking for a slice of real Spanish culture these are the places for you.
The best bit? They’re all just a stone’s throw away from the bustling capital, Madrid.
2. Get Lost in the Moment
Ride horseback on picturesque mountain trails across Gredos. Ditch your watch as you lose all concept of time when trekking the peaks. You’ll be in constant awe on your travels passing historic Roman architecture, fruitful orchards and thundering waterfalls.
3. Travel Around Madrid in 80 minutes
If you have a fear of heights skip to No.4… but, if you feel like braving the altitude, the reward is well worth it. Experience the beauty of Madrid’s capital city from high above the clouds. Get a unique perspective of Madrid’s heritage landmarks from Plaza de Cibeles to the Stadio Santiago Bernabeu. Greet the day with a morning hot air balloon flight, brunch with sparkling wine included!
4. Baaautfil cuisine
What’s cooking in Gredos? The local speciality made with cordero asado, is a simplistic dish that will have you coming back for seconds. It’s consists of roast lamb cooked with haricot beans and chorizo sausage, topped off with some aromatic herbs. If that isn’t making your mouth water, I don’t know what will.
5. Take a DEEP dive into Spanish history
The guided boat tour is an essential for anyone looking for a relaxing trip around the Madrid region. Sail down Spain’s most magnificent reservoir and learn about the region of Madrid and the landscape which is steeped in history. Lie back, stick in the earphones to listen to your guided tour and enjoy the ride.
6. Visit the King’s Palace
Get a glimpse into the life of the top 1% of the 1%. Aranjuez is the home to the monarchs of Spain. The photos don’t do the palace justice, it’s a truly breathtaking experience to see it in person. Get the opportunity to walk the gardens and explore parts of the palace.
Ready to apply for your expense-paid trip to Spain?
Get yourself to the meeting point in the Madrid town centre and you won’t have to spend another penny on food or accommodation.
During your week-long experience teaching conversational English, you will be housed in some of the most stunning 4-star accommodations in the area. Imagine waking up in paradise to the view of the sun rising over Belmonte’s 15th century gothic style castle.
VaughanTown’s program allows you take part in a fun-filled English language immersion program with professional Spanish locals. The concept behind it is to help Spanish natives between the ages of 22-55 to improve their English skills and boost their career. There’s a one to one ratio between native English speakers and Spanish attendees.
Your job? Keep the conversation flowing through dedicated talking hours, activities, games and meals. Befriend eager-to-learn Spaniards during the week and help them become confident, fluent speakers. You’ll take part in team building activities, share life stories and create friendships.
Apply if you are:
- A native English speakers
- Outgoing, dynamic and chatty
If you are not from an EU country, VaughanTown can send you a letter of invitation if required.
Ready to apply?
Simply complete the short application form.
ProTip: Be sure to select Premier TEFL as ‘how you heard’ to proceed as a highly recommended candidate.
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