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August 29, 2005

Teaching Spots - Terrazas, Spanish and Running of the Bulls

Hello everyone!

Are you looking for a teaching location that’s as wild as the wind, as unpredictable as it gets, and requires a certain “Pizzazz” just to get along? Then maybe you should take a look at Spain.

Madrid, the capitol of Spain, is one of the teaching hotspots, but most people who have been there agree that not just anyone will make it there. To be a successful ESL teacher in Madrid, you’ll have to . . .

. . . network, and many times, simply be in the right place at the right time. It’s recommended that if you want to teach in this locale, you should take along some savings to supplement your living expenses while you establish yourself as a teacher.

As with anywhere in Europe, Americans will have a harder time finding employment, but insiders say that the challenge for finding work is only part of the charm of this historical, fascinating locale.

So, if you’re daring, willing to take risks, and absolutely sure of your teaching abilities, Spain may just be the challenge you’ve been looking for!

You’ll definitely need a teaching certificate for this area, but here’s a great surprise—looks and age don’t count nearly as much as they do in other areas!

Good luck with your job hunting!

Until next time,

Michelle

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Posted by msimmons at August 29, 2005 12:13 AM

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