Ministry of Education: Volunteer as an English Teacher with the English Opens Doors Program in Chile!

CHILE / English Opens Doors Program

Are you interested in volunteering to teach English in Chile? Please consider the English Opens Doors Program. Participation is FREE and placements are available throughout Chile.

The English Opens Doors Program is sponsored by the United Nations Development Program and the Chilean Ministry of Education. The English Opens Doors Program seeks highly motivated individuals to work as English teaching assistants in public schools throughout Chile. A typical week for a full-time volunteer includes 24 hours of English teaching and 11 hours of extra-curricular activities. Volunteers teach alongside a Chilean head teacher and work with students ranging from 10 years old to 18 years old!

Volunteer Service options for 2019:
VS1 (March 18-July 21, 2019) Application due: December 10, 2018
VS2 (April 1-Nov. 24, 2019) Application due: December 24, 2018
VS3 (July 22-Nov. 24, 2019) Application due: April 8, 2019
VS4 (August 5-Dec. 8, 2019) Application due: April 22, 2019

Apply Now!

Volunteers receive:
-TEFL training during week-long orientation.
-Online Spanish course.
-A volunteer allowance of CLP 70,000 per 30 days of service to reimburse local transportation or other costs related to teaching.
-Accommodations and meals with a host family.
-In-country health insurance.
-Pre-departure information and support.
-Airport transfers to designated accommodations upon arrival for volunteers who arrive on official Program start dates.
-Assistance obtaining a Chilean I.D. card and a basic bank account.
-Round-trip transportation from Santiago to the regional placement site.

For more information about the Program and to access the online application, visit our website: http://www.centrodevoluntarios.cl.

Expires: May 7, 2019

Volunteer to Teach English in Chile

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