Top Ten Cities to Teach English Abroad in Latin America

By Glenn Schneider

1. Bogota, Colombia

2. Mexico City, Mexico

3. Buenos Aires, Argentina

4. Santiago, Chile

5. Montevideo, Uruguay

6. Guadalajara, Mexico

7. San Jose, Costa Rica

8. Medellin, Colombia

9. Quito, Ecuador

10. Sao Paolo, Brazil

 

Bem vindo ao Brasil - Welcome to Brazil

By: Cody Perenchio

Cosa Fai?  O que você faz?  ¿Qué haces?

What do you do? Well, I do a lot of things. I am an English teacher. I love to teach. I love teaching because I like to learn languages. Most importantly learning languages teaches you how to fail and fail again. Call me "Captain Fail.” I bet I will help you fail and fail until we both succeed together. Let’s talk a bit about my story.

Brazil's Carnival - The World's Biggest Party! Celebrate In Person While Teaching English

Carnival 2018 is here! Brazil’s world-famous festival of samba music and competitive revelry is set to reach its culmination on February 13, which is Fat Tuesday and the last day before the beginning of the traditional fasting season of Lent. Carnival parties are held in various cities and countries throughout the world, particularly in Catholic nations, but none are capable of surpassing Rio de Janeiro’s sensational street festivities, wild parades, and glamorous masquerade balls. Anticipation for this raucous event begins building months in advance, when the Carnival theme is announced and local samba schools begin practicing their carefully choreographed routines.

Top 5 Destinations to Surf and Teach English abroad


Love to surf and want to see the world?

Teaching English abroad provides a viable way to get paid to live overseas in any of up to 80 countries around the world, including many that offer great surfing opportunities. From Costa Rica and Brazil to Thailand and Taiwan, here are some of my top picks:


A Definite Resume Booster... Teaching English in Brazil

By: Amanda Moutinho

When faced with any big decision, the most important question is to ask yourself is "what are your priorities?"  When I graduated from college I realized that my biggest priority was traveling. I wanted to see the world before it became “too late,” or in other words, before I was tied down. I realized that if I got a 9 to 5 job, I would have one or two weeks of traveling a year at most. That just didn't sound ideal to me.

Even If It’s Stressful...It’s Worth It - Teaching English in Brazil

By: Amanda Moutinho

Before I decided to move abroad, Iwent to many panel discussions to see if traveling would be the right option for me after graduation. During one interesting talk, a panelist said traveling was great, but, “You still have to get up every day and make the coffee."

Even if you live in the most beautiful place in the world, you´ll still have to do the everyday mundane tasks. Living abroad doesn't mean permanent vacation full of relaxing cocktails and turnover service. It means living your life and adjusting to the new advantages and challenges that a new place brings.

Teach English in Rio de Janeiro and Discover the "Marvelous City"

  • Would you like to visit the host city of great sporting spectacles like the 2014 FIFA World Cup or the 2016 Summer Olympiad?

  • Can you see yourself dancing the samba or drinking caipirinha on Copacabana Beach?

Rightfully known as Cidade Maravilhosa, or "The Marvelous City," Rio de Janeiro is known as the most beautiful, vibrant and culturally rich city in Brazil. Boasting a fascinating blend of African, Portuguese, and South American cultural influences and a gorgeous setting surrounded by mountains on Guanabara Bay, Rio is renowned for its spectacular natural setting, famous beaches, deep blue seas, samba, bossa nova, and of course, Carnival!