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Teach English in Japan from April 2013
Date 2013-01-13 04:01:01 Location : Asia:Japan
An ALT's job involves providing real-world context for English classes in Japanese elementary schools and/or junior high schools. The students need a native speaker of the English language to show them how to pronounce words, have conversations and get them to enjoy using English. You also end up participating in lots of afterschool and extra-curricular events, and are often treated like a guest of honor whenever you do. It's a lot of fun and generally feels more like volunteer work, though the salary is generous for the amount of work involved, and it's definitely a great way to experience working in Japan, or even start a career here.
Our company offers assistance with housing, as well as work visa sponsorship depending on eligibility.