Program Details

Language and Culture Assistant Jobs in Madrid with support and preparation from CIEE!
Location:
Madrid, Spain
Program Type:
Teach Abroad
Degree Level:
Graduate
Duration:
7-11 months
Teach Abroad:
Placement
Placement Audience:
6-12 years old, 12-15 years old, Business English

Program Overview

Program Description:

Become a Language and Culture Assistant and help Spanish public-school students improve their English with fun and engaging activities! CIEE partners with the regional government of Madrid to help them recruit assistants for their schools. You’ll get a generous stipend for an enjoyable, part-time position and serve as a linguistic and cultural ambassador.

Program Highlights:
Teach 16 hours per week
4 day work week with three day weekends!
€1000 monthly stipend depending on location
24/7 support from CIEE staff in Spain
No experience necessary!

Setting Description:
You'll work as an English Language and Culture Assistant at a public school in the region of Madrid, a role that is part of a nationwide initiative. As a native English speaker, you will be assisting classes or small groups of students in order to develop their listening and conversational skills, as well as their understanding of North American culture. In many schools, you'll also teach English to members of the school staff. If you are placed in a bilingual school you may facilitate English conversational activities in subjects such as science, art, and history. Exact responsibilities of Language and Culture Assistants vary according to each individual school. However, you won’t be left alone with an entire class of students, nor will you be responsible for grading, discipline, or the independent supervision of students.
Cost:
$1,200 - $4,100 USD. Placement as a Language and Culture Assistant in the region of Madrid Pre-departure assistance – including visa guidance iNext international insurance with 24-hour emergency assistance Stipend of 1,000 Euro (approx. $1,150)/month Airport pickup and transportation to your orientation hotel on arrival day Four days of orientation in Madrid with topics including housing, banking, residency, health & safety, and more Cultural activities during orientation, and more!

Additional Program Information

Requirements:
REQUIREMENTS Native English speaker A bachelor’s degree in any field Citizenship in the United States, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, or South Africa No age requirement No Spanish language requirement No previous teaching requirement
Scholarships:
No

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