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Old 03-01-2015, 09:43 AM
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Default EF is Hiring Online English Teachers

This company is the world leader in teaching English Online. You need to commit to 15 hours per week which includes nights and weekends. You can work up to a maximum of 38 hours. This is not a short term job, they are asking for at least an 8 month commitment.
You are required to have an associates or a bachelor's degree. TEFL certification must be obtained within 30 days of your orientation. You pay for this on your own but the company will reimburse you up to $90.00. The pay is 12.00 per hour.

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Old 03-04-2015, 10:56 AM
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Interesting. They do mention that the content for lessons is on their site and changes daily, which might mean that you'll have to deal with new materials each day, which could be time consuming (depending on what the expectations are for the lesson). Also, even though it might sound like heaven that they will cover a TEFL certification up to $90, the fact that they will cover up to only this amount and expect you to get it within 30 days means that it would have to be one of these quickie online deals which wouldn't really give you many (if at all) skills for actually teaching English in a thorough or qualified way. So you probably couldn't use that same certificate to teach elsewhere in a way that would benefit you if you put it on a resume (and, of course, there is the TESL community, which sees that that kind of certification with no F2F in-class teaching experience with supervision is less than worthless for teaching ESL).

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