My Little Red House Bilingual School is currently looking for volunteer teachers to teach English as well as to learn or practice Spanish. Room and board will be provided along with the chance to make some money giving private classes to either students at the school or to adults in the city. You will also have ample time to get to know the city of Ocotepeque and to get involved in the community if you so wish. On weekends and other school vacations you can also explore outlaying areas, travel to historical Copan Ruins or the beautiful Bay Islands.
The type of person we are looking for must know English very well and he or she doesn‚t have to be native speaker. The person also has to love working with children as the school has students from pre-school to grade six, Be patient and have great creativity and imagination. Of course, living in another country for some time also means that the foreigners who decide to come here have to be open to other cultures. Please send a letter of interest, resume, copy of your passport and a photo via email to: Carol Penman: firstname.lastname@example.org or Ana Penman: email@example.com and if you have any questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to ask.
We are currently looking for a teacher to start right away! Teaching experience is not a 100% necessary but experience with children is preferable, i.e childcare, camp counselor etc. Minimum age 20, couples or singles, equally welcome. Travel expenses to be paid by the volunteers. Length of commitment ranges from 3 months to 1 year. For more information check our website: http://www.mylittleredhouse.tk
My Little Red House Bilingual School’s mission statement: Founded in 1998 by The Penman Family, My Little Red House Bilingual School is the only full-bilingual school in Ocotepeque, Honduras delivering its students both a higher standard of education, and a command of English. In a country increasingly dependent on tourism, and becoming more integrated into the global economy, being able to speak English is the path out of poverty.