Have you always dreamed of moving to a foreign paradise and leaving your old life behind, but worry about money? Don’t worry! Read on for 5 ways you can live in Costa Rica on a budget.
After living in Heredia for a period in college, December 2017 Costa Rica TEFL graduate Satonya McNeal knew she wanted to come back to Costa Rica. When she discovered and applied for Costa Rica TEFL, she found a way back to a country she loved and took some big steps down a path of self-discovery.
Bailee Schrack and Payne Roberts met in September 2017 when they found themselves in Sámara completing their Costa Rica TEFL certificates. Unbeknownst to them, their arrival in Sámara would be the start of an adventurous life of teaching and traveling together.
Teaching abroad with your TEFL certificate can sometimes mean landing a job in a school that has eager students but few resources. Here are a few things you can do for your classroom even if your school has a limited budget.
With so many native speakers scattered all over the globe, accents and dialects run rampant, making Spanish sometimes tricky but mostly fascinating. Each region’s dialect offers a glimpse into the culture and lifestyle of its people, and Costa Rica’s is no exception.
You have a big decision ahead of you: get lost in your daily routine or break the mold and experience life as it should be experienced. Read on for 6 reasons why Costa Rica TEFL will rock your world in the best way.
May 2016 graduate Johnson Barrie’s TEFL certificate is taking him all over Central and South America. Read on to learn about his experiences!
Tim and Amanda’s adventures began when they decided to take a risk and apply for Costa Rica TEFL. Little did they know that they’d find each other and fall into such an exciting, adventurous life together.
Costa Rica TEFL graduate Deziree Teague has traveled to over 20 new countries and taught in 4 since graduating in February 2013!
Eli Stillman and Kate Reilly arrived at Costa Rica TEFL in November not knowing where their certificate would take them. Little did they know they’d be employed before the New Year!