Ready to land the English teaching job of your dreams? Get tips on how stand out in a competitive market, design a professional TEFL/TESOL resume and cover letter, ace your Skype TEFL job interview, and more. Plus, learn how to take advantage of Bridge’s wide range of job resources and services, including our network of Preferred Employment Partners, the Bridge Job Board, and digital badges.
7 Reasons Why Teaching English Online as a Side Gig Is a Smart Choice
Teaching English online as a side gig has become an increasingly popular way for experienced teachers to make additional income during off seasons and slow periods. But, certified K-12 teachers aren’t the only ones who can teach English as a side gig. With a laptop, an internet connection, some creativity, and a certification or two, […]Read More
ESL Stakeholders – Who Are They and Why Do They Matter?
ESL stakeholders are invested in students’ success. Knowing who they are and how to build good relationships with them will result in positive interactions with colleagues as well as happy students, satisfied parents, and more career opportunities for you down the road.Read More
What Is a Typical TEFL Salary When Teaching Online or Abroad?
A lot of factors go into TEFL salary, like where you teach, your qualifications and experience, and what a particular employer offers. We’ll break these factors and others down to give you a realistic idea of how much money you can expect to make as an online or classroom-based English teacher.Read More
You’re Hired! How to Get a Job Teaching English Online
Feeling the economic impact of the last several years, people of all ages, professions, and backgrounds are looking for jobs they can do online from the comfort and safety of their homes. If you’re wondering how to get an online teaching job even if you’ve never taught before, look no further. Demand for online English […]Read More
Teach English in Japan: A Guide to Requirements, Programs, and More
If you’re an English teacher looking to work in Japan, there’s a lot in store for you besides the country’s cutting-edge technology, kawaii culture, and unique cuisine. With plenty of TEFL opportunities in this East Asian island country, teaching in Japan gives you a chance to build up not only your career but also your […]Read More
Yes, You Can Teach English Online With No Experience!
You want to join the growing field of teaching English online and enjoy the perks of working from home and making your own schedule while helping people at the same time. You’ve got the qualifications and the equipment for the job, but is it possible to teach English online with no experience?Read More
Make Your Experience Count: Careers in EFL
Whether your TEFL certification has taken you to classrooms around the world or allowed you to teach from home, chances are, you’ve accumulated valuable skills and experience you can apply toward a variety of long-term careers in EFL.Read More
Is Getting a Master’s in TESOL Worth It?
Earning a master’s degree is a major commitment of time, money, and energy. You may be considering a career in teaching English as a foreign language, but is a master’s in TESOL worth it for you? We’ll examine the factors to consider and several paths that can get you there.Read More
How to Set Up Your LinkedIn Profile to Get More Students
Are you looking to teach Business English or another language to professionals? Teaching professional students and/or selling Business to Business corporate language services (B2B) is a very lucrative and fulfilling business. The market still offers significant growth opportunities, and in this article, Alex Asher, CEO of LearnCube, explains how to set up your profile to […]Read More
Advice From an Expert: TEFL Interview Questions & How to Answer Them
What’s the key to acing your TEFL interview? Preparation. Learn what schools and online tutoring companies are looking for when hiring new teachers, questions that are typically asked during a job interview (and how to answer them), and specific tips for preparing for your own job interview.Read More