Teaching and Training: International

Students interested in teaching internationally should be prepared to do additional research into programs and country requirements. There are several established programs in place already and many others to consider. This page provides resources for job searching, cross-cultural country guides, and information on how to evaluate international opportunities.

Industry Information

Articles, Blogs, and Resources

Specific Programs to Consider

These are just a few of the many programs Willamette students have considered or participated in. It’s important to research programs using the guidelines in the articles above.

Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program

Many Willamette students over the years have been funded by U.S. Student Fulbright grants to carry out research or creative projects or to pursue graduate work. The program funds more than 3000 recent graduates and graduate students every year in more than 160 countries.

GoinGlobal

GoinGlobal has developed customized search engines and country career guides which provide a more efficient, faster and more targeted way to search for opportunities and learn more about working and living in various countries.

Get access to:

  • H1B visa applications
  • Worldwide corporate profiles
  • Country-wide job and internship sites
  • Country Career and Cultural Guides 

How to Avoid Scams

Unfortunately, there are scams and it is important to do thorough research to ensure that you are pursuing a legitimate opportunity. If something seems too good to be true, it is important to consult with a trusted professional. Career Development cannot vet all international job postings. However, you can include us in your consultation process.

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