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Feb 6
10:30 - 13:00
Education First promo-stand
Careers & Employability events at Canterbury

Looking for experience in teaching? Do you love leading, working with and coaching young people? Would you like a rewarding and challenging job this summer? Then come and speak to Education First, an international education company that specialises in language training, educational travel, academic degree programs, and cultural exchange, who are looking for Summer Activity Leaders and Teachers for their Summer Language Centres!

They are recruiting Summer Activity Leaders and Summer EFL Teachers to help run their Summer Language Centres, opportunities include those in the UK and they will be promoting these at their promo-stand in Keynes Atrium. Come along and find out more!

About Education First: We are 46,500 staff, faculty and teachers, working in 500 offices and schools across 51 countries. While we continue to grow, we strive to stay small so as to ensure agility, smart thinking and a fun place to work. For the past 50 years, EF has grown to include a range of programs that give students of all ages the freedom and confidence to explore the world through language, travel and education. Located across the globe, our language centres for youth, adults and professionals combine the best of traditional, in-school teaching with innovative language-learning technology. We offer intensive language instruction abroad in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Chinese. Courses run from 2 to 52 weeks for students travelling independently or in escorted groups of all levels and abilities. Classes take place in our international language centres in one of 16 countries and offer the very best locations and accommodation whether in local host family or in a student residence. 


https://careers.kent.ac.uk/lea...


Location

Keynes Atrium
United Kingdom
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Details

Open to All students,

Contact: Liz Foden
E: e.r.foden@kent.ac.uk
Careers and Employability Service

 

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