English Teacher in the country of Georgia

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Program Description

The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia is recruiting native English and French speakers to teach the English and French language in Georgian public schools through the program “Teach and Learn with Georgia” by giving school children interactive classes and communicating with them on a daily basis. Come and be a part of this exciting program.

Teach and Learn with Georgia est un programme progressif géré par le ministère géorgien de l'Education et de la Science. Nous recrutons les locuteurs français originaires pour enseigner en collaboration avec les enseignants locaux dans les écoles publiques à travers le beau pays de la Géorgie. Les programmes visent à améliorer la capacité de la Géorgie à participer à l'économie mondiale.


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Minimum qualifications:
- Native English required
- Education: BA/BS in education, didactics, linguistics, methodology in teaching a foreign language or in any related discipline - OR BA/BS in any discipline and teaching experience / foreign language teaching certificate. - OR a final year Bachelor’s degree student of the following disciplines: education, didactics, linguistics, teaching a foreign language or in any related discipline
- A clean nationwide Criminal Record Check (CRC)
- Medical test clearance
- Ability and willingness to adapt to unfamiliar customs and family norms
Volunteer contracts are signed per academic year, with options to extend.

What`s Included

Benefits to TLG volunteers:
Round-trip To and From Georgia
Orientation Training Upon Arrival
Language Basics Preparation
Medical Insurance Provided
Housing and Living Accommodations
Paid Leave during Winter Break
Monthly Stipend of Georgian Laris (GEL)
Mobile Phone/SIM on the TLG Corporate Network
24/7 Support from the TLG Staff
A Safe Environment
Rewarding Cultural Immersion

Program Locations

Tbilisi, Georgia

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Program Details

Teach and Learn with Georgia
  • Georgia: Tbilisi
6-12 months
American, Australian, Canadian, European, Kiwi, South African
The position is for a Volunteer Co-Teacher. The monthly stipend is 600 GEL (Georgian Lari), which is approximately 245 USD. The TLG volunteer will be placed with a host family, which each volunteer is required to pay directly to the host family 200 GEL to cover food and housing, which leaves 400 GEL, which is approximately 165 USD a month.  Additionally, several hours a week of teaching English to the host family is a required part of the program.   Please note that offering private lessons to students at the school where you are placed as a volunteer is prohibited.
Selecting a desired location in Georgia is unavailable to TLG volunteers. Please understand that most schools in the regional villages have been on the waiting list for a native English speaking teacher for many years, and the TLG program follows the process of placing teachers in schools based on this waiting order.
The teaching structure is that of a dual co-teaching arrangement.  That being said, this is not a situation where volunteers have their own classrooms and design the curriculum at their own discretion.  
We understand the monthly stipend amount is quite low compared to that of European and Asian ESL Language schools.  
If you would like to move forward with your application for the 2018 - 2019 academic year, please advise and we can put you on the waiting list.
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