Travel the world,
Make an impact!
Teach English Abroad with ENGLISH FIRST
Earn an extra $200 to begin your journey!
Want to travel abroad, seek adventure, and make a meaningful difference in someone's life? Promise Opens Doors is happy to provide this opportunity through our partner, English First (EF). Travel, teach English, surround yourself with a new culture, change your life!
Promise's unique offer:
Unlike any other recruiter or international job board, Promise will pay $200 to those applicants who apply through us and are hired by English First. *Promise does not collect any sensitive private information, only your resume.
Valid Passports are Required:
Resumes are only accepted from those who have a passport from the US, UK, Australia, Canada, Ireland, and New Zealand
See what an EF position is all about:
For those eager to travel abroad and teach, the excitement can be mitigated by concern over which company provides the best, most secure experience. Those concerns are the reason Promise has contracted with English First to provide this opportunity.
Promise Opens Doors recruits exclusively for EF. English First, with international offices in London and Boston, is focused on language training and world travel. With 40,000 employees, 500 schools and offices in over 107 countries, EF can
provide a safe teaching abroad experience, with 24/7 support.
English First (EF) was selected as the 2019 Best Education Company to work for in Asia. EF has been chosen as the language interpreter for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyongyang, South Korea, the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, and the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China.
Know the difference.
What is the salary ?
Is my flight paid for?
The flight cost will be reimbursed up to $1100.
Do I need a passport?
Do I need a visa?
Is housing included?
Do I need a bachelor’s degree?
Yes. A bachelor’s degree in any discipline is accepted (part of the requirement for getting a visa).
Do I need a TEFL Certificate?
Is there a background check?
Will someone from EF meet me at the airport?
Do I get time off?
What are my teaching hours?
How long is the application process?
Is there an opportunity to stay longer than one year?
As with any travel, there are many questions which need to be answered to ensure a safe and secure experience. The informed traveler is best prepared to have an amazing adventure.
Some of these questions are: