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Teach English as a language instructor in Chile with CIEE

Qualifications

No Spanish skills? No problem! You don’t need to be fluent in Spanish or have international experience. Just a sense of adventure and a real desire to engage with people who are eager to learn.

CIEE looks for candidates who are independent, adventurous, adaptable to new situations, and thrive in a changing environment. Are you self-motivated, responsible, and ready to make teaching your first priority? If so, start your application now!

The acceptance process for both Teach in Chile programs is competitive. To improve your chances, be sure your application reflects your skills, any teaching experience you might have – formal or informal – as well as proficiency with the English language.

Native English speaker
A bachelor’s degree in any field
Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) certification (included in your program!)
At least one year of experience (formal or informal) teaching, coaching, or training.
Substantial business experience is also helpful for the adult classes, but not required.

Minimum Education

Bachelors

Languages

  • English

Languages Used as a Medium of Teaching

  • English

Cost in US$:

$2,900

Program Fees Include:

The all-inclusive program fee covers:

Job placement
CIEE’s 150-hour TEFL certification course
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
Two weeks of temporary housing when you arrive
Airport pickup
Cultural and professional development activities

Salary/Pay

515,000 Chilean Pesos (CLP)/month

Experience Required

no

This Program is open to

American, Canadian, Australian, Kiwi, British and Irish Participants.

Participants Travel

Independently

Typically Participants Work

Independently

Application Process Involves

  • Letters of Reference
  • Resume
  • Written Application