Working as an English teacher is exciting, especially with the flexibility of new marketplaces for teaching online. However, finding the right job and investing in your continuing professional development can be challenging without the right resources to make the leap to a successful and fulfilling career. Whether teaching from home, working at a school, or while traversing the globe as a digital nomad, Bridge has you covered with the tools you need every step of your amazing TEFL journey.
Join Bridge and our partners for over a dozen unique virtual sessions on a range of topics featuring school administrators, hiring managers, English language mentors and career coaches.
The Summit welcomes the global community of online and in-person English language teachers, including:
Bridge TEFL/TESOL alumni
Bridge social media followers
Summit speakers and presenters include fellow educators, hiring managers and career coaches to help uncover the best pathways for you to succeed in a global marketplace of jobs!
Yes! Whether you’re a new teacher or a seasoned ELT professional, the virtual Summit is for you. Stay abreast of new techniques, trends, and solutions in the area of English language job search, career development and 21st Century skills.
Get a firsthand look at how teachers are using innovative online platforms and software to teach English online.
Find out how creative teachers are moving beyond the classroom to build their personal brand or grow and scale their ELT enterprise.
See how established players and new startups are rising to the forefront of the ELT industry, redefining the traditional language school model.
Meet ELT leaders, share ideas with other teachers, ask questions, and gain valuable professional contacts.
Bridge’s mission is to deliver affordable, accredited, and relevant English language teacher certification and professional development to educators worldwide. We embrace the ELT sector as a global community and strive to empower teachers with the knowledge and skills they need to transform lives – not just of the students they teach, but their own as well.