A unique, paid teaching opportunity with a temporary visa for Spain
If you’re craving the Spanish sun, sangria and laissez-faire lifestyle, but are having trouble cutting through immigration’s red tape (which has tightened it’s reins over the years), the Spanish government might have a solution…
If you’re craving the Spanish sun, sangria and laissez-faire lifestyle, but are having trouble cutting through immigration’s red tape (which has tightened it’s reins over the years) in order to secure your visa, the Spanish government might have a solution.
Currently in its seventh year running, the Continuing Education grant, provided by the Ministry of Education of Spain, is now handing out more than 2000 scholarships for North American Cultural Ambassadors. Supported by Spain, as well as several Departments of Education and School Districts in both the United States and Canada, this collaborative program is an excellent opportunity for Canadians and Americans to work as teaching assistants in K-12 public schools across the country. You’ll not only be helping teach English or French to Spaniards, but you’ll be imparting your distinct North American cultural practices onto your Spanish counterparts and vice-versa.
Since inception in 2005 when the program began with only 50 participants, it has gained rapid momentum and is expected to award approximately almost 700 grants for the upcoming, 2021 school year.
What does one get out of the program?
What does one need in order to get into the program?
If you have the time, the ‘ganas’ (desire) and if you tick all the right boxes, then this is a fairly easy way of securing a Spanish visa (at least for a short while) and exposing yourself to an unforgettable eye opening experience in Spain.Required Documents:
Part 4 of 5 articles covering specific information on teaching private English classes in Spain. See our sample English teaching poster.
Our second part of five articles providing information on teaching English in Spain. Discussion of the items you'll need to do before you leave and in the first few months you're here.
This article has information about alternative ways to get a working visa for Spain in particular for journalists. It will give you detailed instructions on how to get the visa, what documents you need, who to contact and if you are eligible to get a freelancer's working visa for Spain. It can help set up your visa before you have an actual job in Spain which is often hard to do.
A comprehensive list of REAL resources for English teachers plying their trade in Spain covering everything from acronyms and lesson planning to grammar reference and peer support.
Our first part of five articles providing information about teaching English in Spain. Discussion of TEFL, TESOL, certificates, TEFL school accreditation, and what to expect from your TEFL course.
Part 5 of 5 articles about teaching English in Spain. Summer camps provide some of the best opportunities for English teachers during the summer months. Here we provide information on the whats, hows and whys of English summer camps for teachers in Spain.
If you're thinking of teaching English in Spain, read these articles first, adventure later.
This article is about how Spain is very quickly becoming the new center for the film industry outside Hollywood, particularly Alicante, Barcelona, Madrid, and around the Marbella area. It is about how to enter the world of being a film extra, and how to work in Spain on the permanent list of extras with the companies who specialize in this field. Also, what it is like to work in films, what you can expect, and what would be expected of you.