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11-30-2011, 08:47 AM
I came across this recent job posting for Englishunt Phone Instructors. I've actually applied with them before but got no response but it may have been during a period when they weren't hiring. Here's the link: Love Your JOB! Tutor ONLINE from HOME! No Cert Needed! (http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/edu/2725055260.html)

Has anyone worked for or had any experience with Englishunt?

12-17-2011, 10:13 AM
No cert needed? Sounds fishy to me lool

04-10-2012, 02:54 PM
I work at Englishunt in our video programs. We have two main types of programs phone and video. In phone you do not need a cert as the classes are conversational English mostly with adults. However, you do need to have at least 48 college credit hours.

Our video programs require teacher certification or a sub permit and a bachelor's degree.

The students are great and management is very supportive. It is a part time job- maybe 15- 20 hours per week. Pay is $15 per hour.

Overall- I love the job and the students!!

Here is a link to their site. It has class samples and an 'apply now' page:
Englishunt - Welcome (http://englishunt.weebly.com/)

Jacey Young

04-12-2012, 03:27 AM
Thanks for responding, Jacey. Is Englishunt hiring now only for video instructors? I recall that I checked the website several times to apply in the past several months and I just checked it now and it looks as if only the ad for video instructors is up right now. I don't have a teaching certificate or sub certificate or I would apply for the video instructor position :-(. But I was just wondering whether there are openings for the phone instructor positions that don't require a teaching certificate.