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  • Teaching English in Russia as a volunteer

    By: Julia < Show E-mail >

    Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007

    Location: Online (Online)

    Would anybody be interested in having a bit of teaching experience in Izhevsk, Russia, let me know.

    That would involve teaching English at the English evening courses, up to 15 hours a week and additionally teaching almost any classes (if
    one feels like doing it) at a regular Junior/Junior High School. Can be anything from PE to Physics... (Done in English or any other major language, just let me know which!)

    The time one can or wants to start up all this is negotiable. Almost anytime is fine. One up to a few month stay is possible.

    We will provide you with room (homestay) and board (nothing too fancy, but the basic needs will certainly be covered), forward you your visa
    support papers (all expenses paid), help you arrange your travel around, in, from Russia in the most economical way possible, assist
    you with itinerary and transportation advice.

    We will be happy to see you on our outdoor and bicycle trips too. No extra money paid for that, just the regular contribution, everyone makes up to the trip expenses.

    Anyone needs more details, drop me a line or two!

    email: svezhyveter@gmail.com

    Re: Teaching English in Russia as a volunteer (views: 5215)

    Online (Online) - Sun, 21 Oct 2007
    Posted by GoTeacher

    Are you working as a volunteer for a school board or some other sponsoring organization? Is that a special visa or simply a tourist one? I'm asking on behalf of anyone else reading this thread; I'm not interested myself (although the idea of teaching in Russia some day sounds good).

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