Yes, we understand that many non-native ESL teachers are qualified to work as native English teachers. However, we do not make the rules. No worries though, let us help you find a new job by listing out those companies that are non-native friendly!
- All of your correspondence should be in a professional manner and written in formal English. Be especially careful about the grammar.
- Make sure that you have a quiet place to teach from, with a plain backdrop, good headset with microphone, and a fast Internet Speed around 10 Mbps for both uploading and downloading. Test your Internet.
- Create a well thought out introduction video that you can link to in your resume. Provide a YouTube and Youku. Why both, you might ask? Because with Youku the Chinese are able to see it, unlike YouTube which is blocked.
- Get a TEFL certification. This is extremely important given that you are not a native English speaker.
- With each school that you apply to make sure that you include a cover letter that talks about how you meet their needs.
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Review: Oakary is our trusted recruiting partner that helps teachers getting English teaching jobs by matching your teaching preferences and qualifications with schools' criteria. Oakary is based in... Read More
$14 - 32 per hr Certificate not required
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Review: SayABC is part of VIPKID with a pay-rate of up to $28 per 40 minute lesson ($15 base, and $6 bonus per lesson based on attendance and productivity) per 40 minute lesson. All lessons are... Read More
$15 - 28 per hr Certificate not required
Review: Cambly delivers an on-demand system for students to speak with native English speakers whenever they want. This is a great place to rack up hours and talk with many students. There are mixed... Read More
$10 - 10 per hr Certificate not required
Review: iTutorGroup, also know as TutorABC and VIPABC, is from Taiwan, which has been around since 1998. The base pay rate is significantly more favorable to teachers from US/UK/Canada. If you are... Read More
$5 - 24 per hr Certificate not required
Review: CCClass online is a partner of Hujiang and located in Philippines. Looking for Part-time English teacher to work both Office based and home-based for online ESL... Read More
$ - per hr Certificate not required
Review: TakeLessons focuses on more than just language lessons so if you have other skills that you want to teach, then simply add them to your profile. The company is based in the US and in order... Read More
$20 - 60 per hr Certificate Required
Review: VivaLing is out of Singapore and they are seeking teachers that are native or near-native level coaches of English, Mandarin, Spanish, French, or German. They have a wide range of pay from... Read More
$13 - 38 per hr Certificate Required
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$16 - 30 per hr Certificate not required
Review: Verbling platform started out providing group lessons and has now moved to one on one lessons. They have teachers from many different... Read More
$18 - 28 per hr Certificate Required