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How to Teach in Thailand During the Summer & Get Paid

Posted by Randy LeGrant | Dec 8, 2014 10:03:00 AM

How many teachers are out there looking for paid summer teacher programs?  If you are one of them looking around for a way to have a meaningful teaching experience this summer (and get paid) look no further.  This program is the "bomb-diggity" of teach programs during the summer months.  While you are away from your classroom over the summer, find a new classroom in Thailand and get paid.

Spending two-months this summer teaching in Thailand as a paid teacher can enhance your teaching career.  It is also an amazing opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others, while experiencing the rich culture of Southeast Asia. Click here to take a look at the program.

If Thai students are going to qualify for a good post-secondary education or land a better job, they need to learn English.  That’s why Native English-speakers are highly respected and sought after in schools and in the community.  This summer, BECOME that teacher who makes it possible for many Thai students to go on and do great things in their academic achievements.

Go beyond the beaten path and experience Thailand the way no tourist ever could … even for two short months.  GeoVisions’ Summer Paid Teach In Thailand program allows you to live and work in one of the world’s favorite holiday destinations while helping to improve the English skills of local children and experiencing and engaging in an important cultural exchange.  You will find a rich culture built upon a fascinating history and a country populated by a caring, vibrant people.  You will truly come to learn why this country is often referred to as “The Land of a Thousand Smiles”.

Written by Randy LeGrant

Randy is the Executive Director of the GeoVisions Foundation. He has spent the last 44 years managing organizations that send people abroad on cultural and educational exchanges.

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