Information for term Teach In Chile
Application deadline, and cost information.
Application DeadlineSeptember 1, 2018
Program Deadlines and Pricing Info
- Deadline: September 1, 2018
- Compensation: 520,000 CLP/month
OverviewClick to Open
Espera lo inesperado – expect the unexpected.
The 10-month Teach in Chile program can take you to a range of places. You might live in the capital city, Santiago; the interior town of Melipilla; the port city, Valparaíso; or the resort town, Viña del Mar; or the southern coastal city of Concepcion. The location and what you’ll find there might surprise you, but, with CIEE, there are things you can count on. You’ll grow professionally. Your Spanish will improve as you work with fellow faculty members and students. Beyond the classroom, the beauty of the Chilean countryside and its distinctive, diverse culture will enrich your time abroad!
|Spring 2 Semester||February||September 1||10 months||520,000 Chilean pesos/ month (approx.)|
- Job placement
- Monthly stipend from employer
- Pre-departure assistance – including visa guidance
- iNext international insurance with 24-hour emergency assistance services (for US citizens and residents)
- 24-hour support from in-country coordinators
- Multiday orientation
- Housing for your first month
- Airport pick-up
- Cultural and professional development activities
- CIEE’s 150-hour TEFL certification course
Paid teaching placements through a leading Chilean technical university.
Complete a TEFL certification course to help you plan and prepare your lessons plus meet other teachers during our in-country orientation!
Pre-departure guidance, CIEE iNext international medical insurance with 24-hour worldwide emergency assistance, in country support from CIEE resident staff members.
Location & CultureClick to Open
Want to teach at a white-sand beach resort on the Pacific coast? How about working in a dynamic urban center within sight of the snow-capped Andes? Teach in Chile positions are available at nine campuses of the DuocUC system of technical colleges in the capital city of Santiago, the interior town of Melipilla, the seaport of Valparaíso, the nearby resort of Viña del Mar, and the southern coastal city of Concepcion.
Job DescriptionClick to Open
As a native English speaker with thorough training by CIEE, you’ll bring knowledge, skills, and insight that will make you a highly valued staff member at your school. You’ll be the lead English classroom teacher, meeting the same expectations and responsibilities as your Chilean colleagues. That means you’re in charge of teaching English, preparing lessons and activities, and engaging in hands-on instruction. All aspects of the English language will be covered, from vocabulary to verb conjugation.
Schools across Chile have recognized the importance of English language learning at every age. Your students most likely will be at the postsecondary level, attending a technical college.
Teach in Chile positions are available at nine campuses of the DuocUC system of technical colleges in the capital city, Santiago; the seaport, Valparaíso; the quieter city, Melipilla; nearby resort Viña del Mar; and the southern coastal city of Concepcion.
CIEE Teach in Chile participants receive a monthly stipend from their employer, 520,000 Chilean pesos (CLP)/month (approx.). The cost of living in Chile is a little lower than in the United States, so this should allow you to cover your basic living expenses. If you’re hoping to travel a great deal during your free time, you should bring additional funds to cover your expenses.
Like CIEE, the Chilean educational system is on a quest to bring the life-changing benefits of international education to more people. To fulfill this shared vision, CIEE Teach in Chile partners with DuocUC, a leading system of technical community colleges associated with Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. You could work at one or more of nine campuses in Santiago, Valparaíso, Melipilla, Concepcion and Viña del Mar that are included in the program.
CIEE participants typically teach 16-20 hours per week, depending on the assignment. This does not include time for class planning and grading, faculty meetings, and extracurricular activities. You’ll have a busy schedule, but the program and vacation schedule leave plenty of time to travel, explore the outdoors, and enjoy life in Chile.
QualificationsClick to Open
TEFL CertificationClick to Open
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