Thursday, April 24, 12 p.m. MST
Kim Carroll, BA ’98, presenting:
“Teach. Travel. Transform: Teaching Overseas”
In this webinar, Kim Carroll, founder of the English for Life Academy, will set the scene for what you can experience when teaching overseas. She will:
- explore the basics of living overseas
- discuss who this is a good step for and who might not benefit
- introduce the idea of teaching English (what it means, how you get there, the training you need, things to avoid, culture shock, etc.)
- share valuable resources to get you on the right path in your journey.
Kim Carroll, founder of English for Life Academy (http://www.english-forlife.com/), graduated from Naropa University with only the slightest notion of what she wanted to do for work. She began teaching English to adult immigrants as a volunteer, and was immediately enchanted by the challenge, connection, and constant wonder of travel and meeting people from all over the world. She has taught English as a Second Language since 1998, and developed a TESOL Certificate program to share this amazing opportunity with other people who want to teach and travel. She has had the opportunity to work in Nicaragua, Mexico, Ecuador, and South Korea, and speaks Spanish and a little Portuguese. Kim holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies & Cultural Anthropology, an Advanced TESL Certificate, a Certificate in TESOL Teacher Education, and a M Ed. Divergent Learning: Adult ESL. She would love to show you the opportunities that await you if you decide to teach, travel, and transform your world.
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