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Our community of EFL teachers extends across the globe. Wherever you’re from, we’re here to support you on your teaching journey. Learn how to stand out to employers, find resources to help you excel in your career, land your dream job in your home country, online or abroad, and get inspired by fellow community members as they share their TEFL/TESOL stories and experiences. Become a member of our global English teaching community today!

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Bridge Grad Vera, From Russia, Taking English Teaching to Social Media

When she returned home from teaching English in Chile, Vera wanted to continue helping her students practice English, so she started Speaking Club, a weekly live speaking event on Instagram. She shares how she uses social media to engage current and future ESL students.

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Nkwa, From Trinidad and Tobago, Teaching English Online

The pandemic has given Bridge grad Nkwa, from Trinidad and Tobago, a window of opportunity to make a career switch to online English teaching. Currently, she specializes in giving Business English classes to professionals in Chile. She was happy to share with us her experience with teaching students in the corporate world and the rewarding […]

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Margaret, From the U.S., Teaching English Online

Having worked in various sectors throughout her career, such as publishing and tech, Bridge grad Margaret Jones, from the U.S., leveraged her English and computer programming skills to embark on a journey in online English teaching. As a freelance ESL teacher, she has created a website to facilitate her students’ learning and to provide fellow […]

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Juicy Mae, From the Philippines, Teaching Online With Multiple Companies

The pandemic led Bridge grad Juicy Mae Ligad, from the Philippines, to shift from being a college instructor to an online English teacher. She shares how her TEFL career and teaching methods have developed and offers tips for engaging online English learners.

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Anne, From Great Britain, Teaching English in Argentina

Following a career as a researcher, Anne Usher de Ranson, from the U.K., got into English teaching and hasn’t let age, long commutes, nor the pandemic stop her from teaching ever since. She discusses what life is like in Argentina.

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Mathews, From Brazil, Shifted From Engineering to ESL Teaching

After studying engineering in college, Mathews decided to return to a long-held passion and become an ESL teacher. In our recent interview with him, he details how his professional path took this turn, and how he uses social media to propel his freelance career.

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Gabriela, From Mexico, Teaching English at an International School

Already an EFL teacher, Gabriela completed Bridge’s graduate-level TEFL/TESOL course to advance her career. With her latest credentials, she now hopes to transition from substitute to full-time EFL teacher at the international school in Mexico City where she works.  

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Chris, From the U.S., Running His Own EFL Company in Japan

IDELTOnline grad Chris Smith has been an EFL teacher in Japan for the last 10 years. Now, he runs his own English teaching company in Kanazawa City. We spoke with him about being a teacherpreneur and the Japanese government’s support for his business during the pandemic.

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Carolina, From Colombia, Teaching in China Amid the Pandemic

When the COVID-19 crisis first shook China last year, Carolina, already a teacher in China, chose to stay in the region continue working at her school in Beijing. We checked in on how she’s adapted to the changes brought by the pandemic and the country’s efforts to return to normal.

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Anzhela, From Russia, Online ESL Teacher and Digital Nomad

Bridge grad Anzhela Karamysheva, from Russia, enjoys many perks as a digital nomad teaching kids online. She tells us what it’s like to travel the world as an English teacher and shares strategies for building rapport with young learners.

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