The International Educator is a great resource with more than a thousand current international teaching and education opportunities. Log in: bowdoin; Password: COLLEGE. When you sign in the screen page will welcome you as "Timothy Diehl". Check this regularly for updated postings.
There are also other great resources to find teaching positions abroad. Browse through the organizations listed below to find information about more teaching and education job opportunities
The Omprakash Foundation-Co-founded by Willy Oppenheim, Bowdoin ’09, Omprakash, a non-profit organization, offers a new model of global education that empowers people everywhere to become conscious participants in processes of social transformation. Omprakash’s website contains an ever-expanding database of grassroots educational projects with which it has established personal relationships.
ESL JOB BOARD- Listing of current ESL teaching positions worldwide.
Footprintsrecruiting.com-Job Listings for those who want to teach English as a Second Language abroad.
WorldTeach-A non-profit, non-governmental organization founded by a group of Harvard students in 1986 and based at the Center for International Development at Harvard it provides opportunities for individuals to make a contribution to international education by living and working as volunteer teachers in developing countries.
TeachAway-Headquartered in Toronto and established to help North American teachers find employment overseas. Partners include a wide range of educational institutions including: Elementary, Middle and High Schools; International Schools; Public Schools; Businesses requiring English Language Instructors; Summer Camps; Adult Learning Centers; and Private English Schools.
Chinese Education Initiative-China Education Initiative (CEI) is an innovative non-profit working to address educational inequality in China by enlisting the most promising future leaders in the effort. CEI recruits, trains, and supports top graduates from China and the United States to work side-by-side as full-time teachers in China’s most under-resourced schools. Beyond their two-year teaching commitments, CEI supports alumni to become leaders in the broader movement to address educational inequality. As the first and only organization to partner outstanding recent college graduates from the United States and China in a long-term service initiative, CEI’s approach provides an innovative model for strengthening Sino-US relations and building bilateral solutions to global problems.
Dave's ESL Cafe- Hundreds of international teaching opportunities posted here!
Teaching Opportunities Abroad- International teaching jobs posted by country.
Jet Programme-A grass roots Japan Exchange and Teaching program.
SIT Graduate Institute-Master’s programs in International Education, Language & Culture, NGOs and Civil Society, Peace and Conflict Transformation, Socially Responsible Management, Sustainable Development, Teacher Preparation.
CIEE-The Council on International Educational Exchange offers teaching abroad programs in Chile, China, Spain, and Thailand.
EPIK- EPIK extends invitations to responsible, enthusiastic native English speakers who are motivated to share knowledge with students and teachers. If you are looking for jobs in teaching, EPIK will be a great choice. Through EPIK, English language education will cultivate open-minded and well-rounded Korean individuals capable of advancing Korea in this age of information and globalization. In doing so, EPIK will promote cultural exchange and foster strong ties between Korea and other countries. If you wish to explore the world, teach English in Korea. You will be rewarded. EPIK further extends invitations to responsible, enthusiastic native English speakers who are motivated to share knowledge with students and teachers. If you are looking for jobs in teaching, EPIK will be a great choice.
Teach Abroad Search Associates- Placement agency for for K-12 American/International college preparatory schools around the world. Teaching positions usually require certification or 2 years of experience, while paid teaching internships simply require college graduation.