Igor (camper) with Sherry (volunteer)
English language skills are highly sought after in many parts of the world. Using your ability as a native English speaker, you can have an impact on campers like Igor:
Igor had been coming to English camp every year since it started and was now returning for his fifth time. God had pressed me to pray for him even before I left to go to camp. There was a particular urgency to it, as though this would be the last time he would be able to come to camp because of his age and the need to work in the future. So it was a huge blessing to see him go forward on the last night when an invitation was given…. I asked him if he was finally my brother. He replied, “Yes, thank you, Sherry.” As he spoke about committing his life to Jesus as his Savior, his new heart and trust in the Lord came through. It may have taken five years of hearing the Good News before Igor could fully respond, but the joy of his decision is so sweet I won’t ever forget it.
–Sherry, English Camp volunteer
Join us! There are many overseas opportunities with TeachBeyond to teach English as a foreign language. Below are five examples of openings with a similar ministry focus. For opportunities in other ministry areas, see our Opportunities Board on our website.
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Summer English Teaching Program Participant
The Middle East and Hungary
Do you want a slightly longer experience teaching English overseas this summer while building relationships for the Kingdom? If so, our 6-week Summer English Teaching program may be just the ministry for you. The program also includes formal ESL training and certification for those who need it.
English Language Teacher
The Czech Republic
Cobblestoned streets, church spires, and more castles than you can count fill this fairy tale land in the heart of Europe. This picturesque place may be filled with beauty and a rich history, but many people in this region have never read the Bible, let alone know a Christian.
Public high schools have a need for native English speakers to teach conversational English. Most teachers are able to meet with their students outside of class by hosting English clubs. It is a great way to build relationships with students and show Christ’s love as you live out your daily life.
English Language Teacher
Are you up to the challenge of teaching English in one of the most spiritually desolate areas of the world? Even as political structures change in this region, the desires of people young and old to learn English remains constant. As a teacher, you will have respect in the community and be able to form natural relationships that God can use for an eternal impact.
EAL Teachers K-5/6-12
GDQ School, Albania
Did you know that many children of international workers also need help getting their English abilities up to grade level? GDQ School is looking for two EAL (English as an Academic Language) teachers for the 2016-17 school year. By helping these children, you are also helping further the Gospel in the country as well.