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Companies That Don’t Require TEFL

by Nia Scott

Aug 22, 2019

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For the recent graduate, spending money is the last thing they want to do. After getting bills for student loans, graduates want to find a way to make money and save. Those who wish to teach abroad might be disheartened by the price tag of Teaching English as a Second Language certification. It’s yet another investment into education. Luckily, not every country requires this certificate; here are some companies that will hire without it.

 

For travelers who decide to teach online, they can earn a decent wage without a TEFL certificate. One website that allows almost anyone to teach students abroad is Cambly. This platform enables teachers to engage with students around the world with no experience necessary. This is a great way to start out when looking to teach international students. This will give recent grads or travelers the necessary experience to move on to to a better paying job.

 

One of the most well-known ways to teach abroad without TEFL is to join the Peace Corps. Joining the Peace Corps is not an easy feat and the application process weeds out a lot of people, but for the right candidates this job is perfect. It’s a rewarding experience where the company sends out volunteers to teach English in developing nations. Again, this is great experience to put on a resume and can lead to better opportunities in the future.

 

Other than those options, graduates and travelers should look into companies for specific countries to find the right fit for them. There are companies that employ teachers in China and Japan, for example, who do not require the TEFL certificate. If there’s a will, there’s a way.

 

 

 

 

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