Summer intensives are a great opportunity for ministry and professional development for college students, current teachers, and others who want to have an impact for Christ while exploring teaching overseas. In addition to the options highlighted below, we may also have the ability to create a personalized internship opportunity for you. You may also want to check out our English Camp staff openings.
Dates: April 22 – May 20, 2018
Costs: $795 plus travel.
If someone wishes to take part in the camp projects and the intensive, there will be a cost adjustment.
Description: Our partner in Argentina has been working for more than 15 years in the beautiful city of Cordoba, Argentina. Their program is based on Christian principles which we teach to teens from the local high schools through an immersion English program of activities, team building, leadership skills and discussion groups.
Dates: May 22-July 23, 2018
Costs: $1700 plus airfare
Description: The vision of this language and cultural center is to use conversational English instruction and cultural exchange events to build meaningful relationships with Serbs for the purpose of sharing the hope of the Gospel and seeing lives transformed. Interns will have the opportunity to work at a one-week English Camp, teach summer English courses, build relationships with students, plan and facilitate events, participate in discipleship meetings, and serve alongside the local church.
The Philippines — LEAP
Dates: July 29 – August 18, 2018
Costs: $1100 plus airfare
Description: This English Intensive is geared toward middle school and high school students from Asia. Parents want their children to learn English and have high expectations for the program. Classes will be held through most of the day, but there will be many opportunities for field trips, electives (such as baking and art), and Filipino cultural experiences.
Training: Teaching experience and/or TESOL certification are preferred. Curriculum will be provided, and teachers will adapt the curriculum and instruction to meet the needs of the students. There will be approximately 4 hours of teaching per day, as well as other opportunities to interact with students.