|English teachers sought to teach in Warsaw, Poland|
Lingua Nova Language School is in great need of English Teachers for this school year (end of September 2006 to June 2007). They will help you find an apartment, get your work permit and paperwork, and prepare you for teaching.
Lingua Nova is looking for people who are interested in traveling and getting to know a new culture. They must be friendly and able to speak clearly.
A teaching certificate is not necessary. You do not need to speak Polish to teach in Poland ... actually it is better if you don't. The teaching
circumstances are ideal. Class sizes are from one to six students. The students are adults and college students who are very motivated and happy to speak English. The work load and hours are flexible. The salary is easily enough to live off of (it is comparable to what a teacher in North Dakota makes, even though the cost of living there is less). This is an ideal way
to learn to teach or refine your teaching skills.
If you are interested or have any questions contact Jim Kambeitz before Sept. 1, at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the title of your e-mail write, “Teaching in Warsaw” so that your message does not get sent to the junk mailbox.
-- Jim Kambeitz, Lingua Nova, Warsaw, Poland, and Ursula Hovet, English.