We believe that education is an effective catalyst bringing hope to individuals and positive transformation to societies.

We follow our Lord Jesus Christ by engaging with the needs of this world – physical, relational, and spiritual. Our teachers use their skills and contexts to bring light and healing to all – children, adults, leaders and mission workers alike.

  • We go. TeachBeyond connects teachers, administrators, RAs, dorm parents, and support staff with exciting educational opportunities around the world!
  • We train. TeachBeyond equips teachers to reach their full potential as Christian educators.
  • We partner. TeachBeyond works in over 30 countries with more than 30 international schools (K-12), universities, national schools, and start-ups. We sponsor summer English Camps in eight countries.

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  • Members – 431
  • Associates – 161
    Those who do short-term or occasional service.
  • Learners taught – 18,300
  • Partnering organizations – 32
  • Countries – 48

We are accepting applications for the 2015-16 school year and the 2016-17 school year. Take a look at our opportunities.

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There Was a Hunger to Learn

“I was encouraged to see our little school, three months old, being ‘transformational’,” said Tammy Peters, one of TeachBeyond’s teacher-trainers working in Africa. “They are sharing God’s light and making a contribution to the needy educational communities right around the corner from them.” FATEB Kinshasa Academy in the Democratic Republic of Congo recently was the […]

English Opens Doors for Transformational Education

English. It is the lingua franca of the Internet, business, travel, and science. It is also a key component of TeachBeyond’s strategy of transformational education. Native English speakers are in demand in many countries. As one of our members observes, “My teammates and I have had the opportunity to build relationships with high-schoolers and college […]

Know Their Stories

I sighed inside as normally easy-going Jeremiah acted up for the fifth time that period. His behavior was out-of-control and he had quickly taken the class with him to the point where no one was paying attention any longer. This was a fourth grade class, and I was a minority among hundreds of African-American students […]

We’re on a Journey of Discovery

If I asked, “How does your faith inform the work you do as an educator?” how would you answer? It’s a question I asked one of our special needs teachers when I visited Southeast Asia. Without hesitation she replied, “My faith informs my worldview, but the thing that I am learning is that my work […]

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