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While TeachingChile dutifully negotiates with all Teaching Institutions to provide Participants with an initial housing for 12 to 30 days; the aforementioned housing fee is paid directly from the Teaching Institution to the initial housing organization. (The housing benefit is offered by the Teaching Institution, and is not part of the Placement Fee for TeachingChile).
There is no money transfer from the Teaching Institution to TeachingChile; instead the housing fee is invoiced directly from the Teaching Institution to the housing company. Furthermore, Participant agrees, that if he/she terminates voluntarily or involuntarily prior to fulfilling a minimum of one-semester of work (five months), the housing cost paid by the Teaching Institution (from 12 to 30 days, as applicable), will be deducted from the Participant’s salary prior to voluntarily or involuntarily termination.Close This Window
I wanted to pass on our thanks for your patience and help in getting our daughter a position with a Kindergarten through 12th grade school (colegio) in the Santiago Metropolitan Region. She is very excited and appreciative of your help and looks forward to the program.
As her father I can say I am impressed with the TeachingChile Program – it’s very well organized and can see where it would be mutually beneficial to both the school and participants.
Very well done, Bruce. And by the way, Andrea does a great job, too.
Hats off to you, Bruce, and the schools participating in the program........Close This
Living in Chile and teaching English in Santiago was hands down the best experience of my life. I had a wonderful living situation with a Chilean woman who is also an English teacher, just a short 10-minute bus ride away from the center of the city. In just 5 months I felt like I had been living there forever, all thanks to the warm and welcoming Chilean people. Santiago is a fun, lively, bright, and beautiful city with so much to offer. TeachingChile provides readily available support whenever necessary, while still allowing participants to be independent to live and travel.
I absolutely loved my time spent with my sweet, affectionate students. I learned so much from them, and can only hope they learned just as much English from me! To me, being in their classroom was just as exciting as it was for them to have a foreigner teaching them English. Every day was an exciting learning experience full of fun surprises, and I would work at my colegio again in a heartbeat!
Nothing compares to the relationships I formed while I was in Chile, I made lifelong friends in Chileans as well as fellow TeachingChile participants. I miss Chile every day and cannot wait to go back for a visit, or maybe something a little more permanent!Close This