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“What an introduction to the world of teaching.”

Have you ever heard that making a decision is just the beginning? Deciding to embark on a WorldTeach adventure is just the beginning and moreover just the tip of the iceberg. As you settle in and begin to peel back the layers on what you have decided to do, the...

Why WorldTeach matters and a chance encounter….

Frizz and Nolan at American University Hello WorldTeach supporters, normally our weekly blog is reserved for insight from our volunteers and their unique experiences from their communities around the world. The content on this blog has been accumulated over 6 years...

“I can’t believe I woke up this morning in Namibia!”

As WorldTeach remembers the life and service of Kristin Linnea Skvarla, we thought it timely to share with you why volunteer teaching in Namibia is more than a just great teaching opportunity - it's a life-altering gift from those who taught before you. Thank you,...

WorldTeach Colombia: A Day in the Life with Autumn

I often overlook that our blog reaches more than just a strict teacher demographic. For anyone out there who wants to know what it's like to actually be a teacher, the following is a great example. Schedules and student rosters reflect one reality and yet the reality...

“…Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”

We're all connected somehow. Whether by 6 degrees of separation, blood relation, or twitter, we're all connected. And that's the important part. Sometimes it take a whole lifetime to realize that, and sometimes it takes only a few moments of reflection after spending...

Do you remember how much you like math?

Danielle and company in front of the High School "After those two lessons I remembered how much I like math." Sometimes, teaching is like getting a second chance at being a kid. As teachers, we get a sense of nervousness, a sense of challenge, and a sense of rising to...

Focusing on Making a Difference

2It can be difficult to make it a difference in the workplace when you're always caught off guard. This week's blogpost comes straight to you from American Samoa, where Sneha Chiliveru shares with us what it's like to have some of your expectations met, some dashed...

Changsha Foreign Languages School by Emily Chambers

Hey everyone, my name is George and I'm the newest Marketing and Publicity Intern at WorldTeach this year. I only arrived 3 weeks ago to Cambridge to help connect the world of avid travelers, learners, and teachers with WorldTeach, but this organization has been...

Meet Liz Blanco

Meet Elizabeth Blanco, smart, sharp, humble, and the newest WorldTeach Program Manager for Colombia, Ecuador, and Micronesia. Having started only a few weeks ago in the office, Liz has a much deeper relationship with WorldTeach than she makes it seem. A few years ago...

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