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 45 countries with more than 60 international schools (K-12), universities, national schools, and start-ups. We sponsor summer English Camps in numerous countries.

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Go and Teach!

  • Members – 475
  • Associates – 161
    Those who do short-term or occasional service.
  • Learners taught – 18,300
  • Partnering organizations – 62
  • Countries – 47

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

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Special Featured Five

Here are five job openings that need to be filled now. TeachBeyond Employment Services Officer Dowers Grove, IL, USA We are seeking an Employment Services Officer to serve in our suburban Chicago office. This person will be responsible for supporting TeachBeyond members by administering several employment-related tasks. It is an important, full-time role for someone […]

Pray For Peace In The DRC

“They want reform. They want change. They need jobs, education and so on.  It’s very basic living issues that are driving the unrest,”  said TeachBeyond President George Durance about the rioting in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Civil unrest began in early October when DRC President Joseph Kabila postponed elections for two years. George was interviewed on Mission Network […]

You Should be Taking Notes on This

As teachers, we often give verbal clues in class to encourage students to record the information that we deem important. Unfortunately, rather than listening carefully to the information presented, actively synthesizing this information, and recording the key concepts and ideas along with unfamiliar terminology, students often simply try to write down everything they hear. Far […]

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