Michael, teacher in Georgia, with his students

Bridge Graduate, Jacob: Peace Corps Volunteer in Georgia

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a Peace Corps volunteer? We interviewed recent Bridge graduate (and Bridge photo contest winner!), Jacob Huggins, who is currently teaching English as a Peace Corps volunteer in Georgia, located in Eastern Europe, on the Black Sea. 

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BridgeTEFL 2018 Photo Contest Winners!

The results are in! Thank you to everyone who submitted beautiful, fun, and inspiring TEFL photos for a chance to win the BridgeTEFL Photo Contest. And the winners are…

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Bridge Graduate, Russell, on Teaching in Zanzibar, Tanzania

Russell Titmas is a South African consultant manager in the hospitality industry. He is currently instructing English food training at a boutique hotel in Tanzania, Africa. Here, he tells us a bit more about what it’s like to teach in Africa and what he plans to do next with his career.

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Why Get TEFL Certified When You Have a Master’s in Linguistics? Lisa, BridgeTEFL Graduate, Explains

Lisa Goddard, 24, is a BridgeTEFL online graduate from Boston, Massachusetts. During her graduate school studies, she decided to teach English in Taiwan and spent a year there as part of a Fulbright teaching assistantship. Her next step was to become TEFL certified in order to build on her experience and become even more qualified to teach. Since […]

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English teacher in China

Bridge Graduate, Lana, English Teacher in China

Lana is a Third Culture Kid, She was born in Central Mexico to American parents, and lived there until she was about 12 years old, when her family moved to the States. There, she finished up high school and graduated from college. She is now teaching English to children in Lijiang, China.

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Sid, teacher in Chile

Meet Sid, Bridge Grad Teaching English in Chile and Online

Coming from India, ESL teacher and Bridge IEDLT graduate, Siddhartha Bhattacharya, has been an English teacher in Chile for three years now. Here, he shares his journey into traveling and teaching English in the classroom and online- all from the perspective of being a non-native English speaker.

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Meet Jacquece, Teaching ESL in the USA

My name is Jacquece Moore and I recently got TEFL certified and became a volunteer for the Literacy Council of Montgomery County to help close the gap for people in the U.S. who lack English skills.

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Interview with Shakti Mahadoo, English Teacher in Mauritius

Shakti Mahadoo a Bridge TEFLOnline.com graduate from Mauritius. We like to hear from our alumni on how their careers have progressed, and Shakti was happy to share his experiences with us. Read on to hear about his career and why he feels pursuing a TEFL certification through Bridge was the right move for him.

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How Online Teaching Helped Me Become a Better English Teacher

You don’t need to cross an ocean to have a great TEFL experience! Here, English teacher, Krzl Light Nunes, writes about her experiences teaching English online, and the surprising ways it has improved her classroom teaching skills.

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TEFL Outside the Box: Interview with an Online English Teacher

The field of teaching English as a foreign language is always changing. These days there are not only more and more ways to get TEFL-certified (onsite, online, or a combination of the two), but there are also a growing number of non-traditional ways to use that certification to teach English worldwide. For example, as a […]

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