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Opportunities for teaching English abroad

A number of organizations and school systems recruit and employ U.S. citizens for English teaching positions in foreign countries. The organizations listed below can provide information about opportunities to teach abroad at the elementary, secondary, and post-secondary levels. Please contact these agencies directly for specific information about programs they administer.

Many countries recruit educators through their embassies in Washington, D.C. If you wish to teach in a specific country, you may find it useful to contact the educational officer of the foreign embassy.

Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS)
Employment Information (Teachers)
4040 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22203-1635
Tel: (703) 696-3068

International Schools Services
Educational Staffing
15 Roszel Road
P.O. Box 5910
Princeton, NJ 08543
Tel: 609-452-0990
Fax: 609-452-2690

Office of Overseas Schools Advisory Council
SA-29, Rm 245
U.S. Department of State,
Washington, DC 20522-2902
Tel: (703) 875-7800

Peace Corps Recruiting Office
1990 K Street, NW
9th floor
Washington, DC 20526
Tel: (800) 424-8580

The USIA Fulbright Scholar Program also
Council for International Exchange of Scholars
3007 Tilden Street, NW
Suite 5L
Washington, DC 20008-3009

The USIA Fulbright Student Program also
Institute of International Education (USIA Fulbright Programs)
809 United Nations Plaza
New York, NY 10017-3580
Tel: (212) 984-5400

The USIA Fulbright Teacher Exchange Program also
The Fulbright Teacher Exchange Program
Attn: USDA
600 Maryland Avenue, SW
Room 235
Washington, DC 20024-2520
Tel: (800) 726-0479

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