To Work or To Travel: What Are Your Plans After College Graduation?

By Jessie Smith

“So, what’s your plan after college graduation?”— Ugh.

I couldn’t put a number on the amount of times I got this question in the months leading up to college graduation. This question was my worst nightmare. I lay in my bed asking myself that exact same thing and it kept me up at night. I had no idea what I wanted to do.

Should I go to graduate school (and rack up some more student loans)? Should I frantically continue applying for more jobs (and getting rejected)? Should I teach English abroad (will people view this as a cop-out)?

5 Reasons That You Need To Take Your TEFL Course Now, Even If You Are Not Leaving Right Away

By Michael Kunik

Even day to day, I find myself running to catch my morning bus far more frequently than I find myself sitting peacefully at the stop awaiting its arrival.  However, when it comes to big things like choosing a college, applying for a career job, buying a home, deciding where to study abroad, or purchasing a new car, the majority of us take the time to research and develop a plan for completing the task. This is logical, as these are all types of decisions that will have a major impact on our lives.  So why would something as important as picking up your entire life to move halfway around the world to teach English abroad be any different? 

Afterall, your TEFL certification never expires, so you don't have to worry about it becoming invalid; and ITA students and graduates receive lifetime access to Job Search Guidance that also does not expire.

Here are 5 reasons that you should take the first step in this adventure by getting started on your TEFL certification course NOW.