Teach in China
One of the top reasons teachers are interested in teaching in China is to gain a wider cultural and educational experience outside of the United States
The opportunity to teach overseas is a rewarding and challenging experience. Living in a different culture and working with a diverse range of people from all over the world can provide a rewarding and life changing experience for both your personal and professional satisfaction. USIEC is offering American college graduates the opportunity to teach English for a minimum of a one year period.
Currently, USIEC has been authorized by a number of schools in China to recruit college graduates to teach for one year commitments.
The purpose of the program is to have native English-speaking teachers arouse the students interest and curiosity in learning English and to help them establish a primary foundation both in the understanding and speaking of the language.
All accommodations will be paid for by the school. Teachers will be reimbursed for airfare on the condition they meet a one year commitment with their designated school. Each Applicant must be a minimum of 21 years old with a 4 year college diploma, at least 2 years work experience and fluent in oral and written English. No Chinese is necessary.
Your teaching hours will be structured differently at each school and could range from 20 to 30 hours of classroom teaching each week with additional hours designated for lesson plans and teacher parent conferencing.
Upon your arrival, transportation will be arranged for your pick up and you will be taken directly to your living accommodations. Once you have settled into your new living environment, we will introduce you to the school staff and students. During the beginning of your stay, we will assist you with all orientation procedures and any questions you may have.
In order for your application to be considered, you must fill out the Application form electronically on line and upload your resume and a current photo in order for the application to go through.
Each applicant will receive an email notification within 48 hours that your application has been received and within one week a determination of your acceptance to the program.
Once you have been accepted to program in the China, we will need the following additional documents:
ID copy: Please provide a copy of the first page of your passport.
Personal Statement: Please provide a type-written statement of at least 150-250 words introducing you to your prospective internship school. Include as much about yourself as possible, including any relevant skills and coursework or past work that will help the school see a bit of your personality.
Letter of Good Standing: Please provide a letter from your local police stating you are in good standing, have no prior convictions, and are not a security risk to a foreign country. You may send this after your application is submitted but it must be received before placement is finalized.
2 Reference letters.
Copies of all degrees and certificates.
We hope you carefully consider this exciting and fulfilling opportunity.