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English Teacher by Day, City Slicker by Night: Teaching English in the Capital of Costa Rica by Aaron Ramirez

Meet our graduate Aaron Ramirez, a Brooklyn, New York native turned English teacher in San Jose, Costa Rica. From one …
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Teaching Abroad in Costa Rica Q+A

Costa Rica TEFL graduate, Gabe Smith, chats with us about teaching English in Costa Rica, how getting TEFL certified prepared …
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Teaching Spanish, Dj’ing, and living the Pura Vida in Playa Samara, Costa Rica: Friday Feature with Kelvin Salmon Peters

Working in a Beach Town in Costa Rica Meet our TEFL graduate, Kelvin Salmon Peters! Kelvin is a Samara local …
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Teaching ESL in Taiwan

Meet Mike Kish, Costa Rica TEFL graduate and English teacher extraordinaire. Since graduating in 2012 and getting TEFL certified, Mike …
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Teaching English Abroad in Tamarindo, Costa Rica

Do you want to leave your 9 to 5 job and start a career that allows you the freedom to …
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How to teach English online and travel the world! Friday Feature with Charlie Rasbuary

Costa Rica TEFL graduate, Charlie Rasbuary is teaching English online and vlogging her lessons from the United Kingdom! See story …
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Teaching English Abroad in Mexico: Friday Feature with Costa Rica TEFL graduate, Morgan Blair

The waterfalls of Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca, Mexico Morgan Blair, received her TEFL certification with Costa Rica TEFL and is …
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Teaching English at an International school in Namibia, Africa: Friday Feature

Since graduating Costa Rica TEFL, Richenda has taught in San Jose, Costa Rica, and is now teaching English in Namibia, …
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Kate Reilly, a happy camper and English teacher in Heredia, Costa Rica

From the Hospitality Industry to English teacher in Heredia, Costa Rica, Kate Reilly is finally enjoying her career. Here is …
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After Costa Rica TEFL program, Barbara Rodgers, meets Costa Rican President to discuss bilingualism in Costa Rica

Why get TEFL certified? I have always wanted to study, live, and work in another country. It was not just …
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