Ambassador City Fact Sheet: Santiago, Chile

To help our students and graduates make a smooth transition to their new lives teaching English abroad, we've enlisted our ITA Ambassadors to provide us with insider facts and tips for making the most of life in major cities around the globe like Santiago, Chile.

Whether it's finding an English-speaking doctor, opening a bank account, or simply finding a supermarket where you can find the odd comfort food from home (peanut butter!), our ambassadors have actionable on-the-ground-tips to help you feel at home in your new home city.  Please note that things change and we will do our best to keep these "Fact Sheets" updated over time and that current and future ambassadors will continue to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information possible.

Teaching English in Bogotá, Colombia: Alumni Q&A with Laura Hoppe



What is your citizenship?

 

United States

What city and state are you from?

Twin Cities, Minnesota

How old are you?

23

Where are you teaching English abroad?

I taught English in Colombia.

What is your education level and background?

Bachelor's degree

Teaching English in Jaco, Costa Rica: Alumni Q&A with Paige Gavrelos

What is your citizenship?

United States

What city and state are you from?

Beaumont, Texas

How old are you?

24

What is your education level and background?

Bachelor's degree

Where do you teach English abroad?

Costa Rica

Guadalajara, Mexico English Teaching Q and A with Jacob Poulos

What is your citizenship?

United States

What city and state are you from?

Frankenmuth, Michigan

How old are you?

27

What is your education level and background?

Master's degree or Higher

Teaching English in Arequipa, Peru: Alumni Q&A with Eric Svensson

Where do you teach English abroad?

I teach English in Arequipa, Peru

What is your citizenship?

United States

What city and state are you from?

Cincinnati, Ohio

How old are you?

28

What is your education level and background?

Bachelor's degree