Teach English Abroad This Summer -- Get Paid

Discover The Benefits When You Teach English Abroad This Summer


Taking a month this summer to see the world and get paid takes money, time, planning, and supportive friends and family. (And someone to watch your cat.)

We all start with good intentions to go abroad and change lives. However, along the way, we can get distracted or discouraged. That's where teaching English abroad summer jobs helps out. You'll be earning money to support your adventures abroad.

If you're serious about making a difference and gain international work experience, GeoVisions Foundation is here to help you stay focused and make your travel dreams come true. We'll talk to you, introduce you to people who have been there and done that. We'll send you Blog posts and videos.

Build language proficiency, learn how to adapt to new environments, and work across cultures. Employers value these skills.


Go teach English abroad with the peace of mind knowing GeoVisions Foundation provides 24/7 emergency assistance, travel and accident insurance, and in-country support. Pre-departure preparation and in-country orientations will set you up for success both inside and outside the classroom.


We want to be helpful to you first and foremost. We have two free e-books for you to read. We realize in the end you may not use the GeoVisions Foundation. Maybe you won't even teach English abroad this summer. However, if we can help you along the path, that's what we want to do.

Teach Abroad Mastery is a 6-page e-book that explains the pros and cons of teaching English abroad. Teach Abroad Mastery Chart is a 3-page pdf document with 33 countries and what you can expect for salaries and benefits, along with other information just in case you want to stay longer and teach for a year.

TEFL/TESOL Certification

Want to earn your TEFL certification too? Look no further than our accredited TEFL courses. 120-Hour online TEFL, and the 130-Hour in-class TEFL located in Greece, Italy, Peru, and Turkey. Both types of TEFL courses include a practicum.

Look over the programs below and click on the button for the adventure that moves you the most. We'll take it from there.

Teach English In Thailand This Summer

Current certified classroom teachers or recent grads in Education or English can teach in Thailand and get paid during four-weeks in the summer.

Enjoy a full week of orientation and tours before you begin. There are good salaries and benefits. TEFL/TESOL suggested, but not required.

The contract will state that you need to be at the school from 7 am until 4 pm, or 8 am to 5 pm. Teaching hours will be between 18-24 per week. Many schools might let you leave a reasonable amount of time after your last class (2:30/3:30 pm), but that is dependent on the school.

Earn a monthly salary between $900 and $1200 (dependent on location, teaching experience, etc.). That’s twice what a local Thai teacher earns each month.  However, with rent around $250 a month and food much less, you can live a nice life as a teacher in Thailand for 4 or 8 weeks.

Our placements range from Kindergarten, elementary, middle and high school.

Learn More About Summer Teach In Thailand

A GeoVisions Foundation teacher with his students in Thailand last summer.


Teach for an academic year.

China is a fantastic place to teach English and explore a culture that is just opening its doors to the world!

This adventure is open to native English speakers from Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, UK or US. It is also required to have the equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree. The academic year begins in September. However, if you need to delay your departure, we have openings each month. You must sign a contract to teach for one year.

Earn approximately $2,600 a month after taxes, which includes a housing allowance. The more experience you have, the more you can make. You will also receive around $750 to $1400 in airfare reimbursement and paid holidays.

Teach English In China

A GeoVisions teacher in China with her six students rehearsing a play in English.

South Korea

When you teach English in South Korea, it's a full time teaching position with a full salary. Benefits include housing, airfare allowance and generous time off. Insurance, national pension, vacation, paid holidays, severance fee, are even more benefits available to you.

Apply at any time during the calendar year. We accept applications each month throughout the calendar year. The minimum salary is $21,600 US per year, and experienced teachers can earn up to $36,000.

Click To Teach In Korea

Five South Korean English students around a table with their GeoVisions English teacher.


Taiwan is a blend of modern and the past.  Some refer to it as “The heart of Asia,” with very friendly and courteous locals.

We guarantee a minimum of $1,680 each month. You can earn up to $2,000 a month or more.

Applicants must be native English speakers from Australia, Belize, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, UK, USA. Applicants must have a bachelors degree in any field. We can also accept a 2-year degree (Associates) if you have TEFL / CELTA certification in advance.

There are approximately 15 public holidays you receive as paid holidays. You can earn ten paid vacation days, based on the schools’ protocol. Teachers are awarded an accredited TEFL Certificate at the end of their first year. This encompasses initial training, branch training, 1, 3, and 6-month follow-up training, and a minimum of 800 hours of practicum teaching. This TEFL training is FREE.

Taiwan Teach Yr and Sem

Travel and get paid by teaching English in Taiwan for a year.