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Their pay is unknown. Cambly is based in San Francisco. It looks like they target Arab and Korean students. They are looking for native speakers. They have a system where students choose their classes and trainers at the time they want. Click here for the comments and the Cambly reviews page. I believe the teachers have to use Skype to talk to the students. They specialize in business English and have both group and individual classes.
They are also working closely with Learnlight. Click here for the comments and the GlobalEnglish reviews page. To help with their platform, not to teach languages but to act as a sort of consultant.
They are now looking for freelance language teaching experts in early childhood education and Curriculum specialists. I imagine it would be interesting working for Duolingo, probably a great job.
Check the link to see if Duolingo is still hiring. All their material is online and they give classes with Skype. They want native speakers including teachers from South Africa. Their software is famous in the language learning industry and now you can use it as a teaching tool. They want native speakers with a university degree and ESL teaching experience with children si preferred.
This American company has offices in more that 70 countries their European website. Click here for the comments and the eBerlitz review page. They offer French and English classes and they may add more language in the future. Not much else is known about them yet. They have a specific time range when they need teachers so check the website. They also want native English speaking teachers who have some post-secondary education.
They offer academic tutoring, proofreading and ESL tutoring. EnglishTutorOnline apparently there is another company with a slightly different name to the one above it.
They teach one to one classes to adults. Not much else is known about them at this point. Teachers are required to speak two languages and they are looking for native speaking teachers with 2 years experience and a university degree. Students buy packages of classes. Looks like a small company with demanding requirements for teachers 10 years experience with a Masters or PHD. Not sure if they are hiring. It looks like they offer classes but they also specialize in proofreading business presentations and speeches.
PandaTree currently teaches Spanish and Mandarin but they are working on launching their online English teaching program. They are looking for native speakers who have at least 1 year of teaching experience with children. It looks like they are really interested in getting students from UK universities. They offer a flexible schedule and teachers can work full or part time. They want teachers to have an internet download speed of 20 mbps or more. They pay well depending on your education and experience.
You must also have a British background check done aDBS. It looks like they teach both individuals and groups. Linguacircle website is down teaches individuals and groups. TEFL or equivalent certificate required, non-native English speakers are welcome to apply. Classes are 25 or 50 minutes long. They want native speakers with at least 2 years of college education. They want only UK teachers. They teach English and other subjects to primary and secondary students in a small group setting.
They are only looking for UK qualified teachers. Click here for the TwoSigmas reviews page. They want native teachers to teach one-to-one classes.
It is not known how much they pay at this time. They only want British teachers. All classes are 1 to 1 and 45 or 90 minutes long. They offer lessons by Skype or in person. They only hire native speakers. It is not known how much they pay, but everyone likes a BLT!
They offer customized classes to their students, online classroom tools and flexible scheduling. They also teach Spanish, German and French. Teachers must be native speakers.
The base pay is 10 euros per hour. They are looking for native English speakers who can also speak Russian, bilingual teachers are preferred but if you speak a little Russian they will accept you too. They also want teachers who have a bachelors degree and an ESL certificate or teaching experience is preferred. They provide basic teaching material to help teachers get started. The classes are 1 to 1 and last 50 minutes. They want native speakers or bilingual teachers who are fluent in Russian and English.
Career Land Center is a new Russian company that is currently hiring as of February They teach kids and adults in Russia and Asia. They also teach some business English group classes. Now they are also looking for native English speaking teachers who are willing to travel to Thailand, Vietnam and China for work.
You can email your resume to: Click here for the comments and the Career Land Center review page. They teach group classes, business English, exam preparation and they teach children. They have over teachers, but it is not known how much they pay yet.
They have more than teachers and are only looking for native speakers. They only have about 20 teachers and it appears that they only hire native speakers or Russians.
Teachers must have 5 years of experience and an ESL teaching certificate. They teach business English, exam preparation, US embassy preparation and they also teach children. Click here for the New Way English review page. They teach business English, exam preparation and they teach children. They want teachers who have 3 years of experience, if you have worked with British materials that is a plus.
Click here for the EnglishDen review page.
They teach business, conversation and exam preparation classes. They want native speaking teachers with an ESL certificate who are available for at least 15 hours per week. Click here for the Lingua Airlines review page. Not much is known about them because their webpage is difficult to translate. Click here to leave us a review of From.
Spanish Companies SofiaSquare used to allow teachers to meet students face to face but they have just launched their online platform.
Teachers can teach many languages and other subjects like math and give music lessons. They want teachers to create their own profile and it looks like you set your own price. Here is a link to their app. Click here for the SofiaSquare review page. They want teachers who can commit to 10 hours of availability per week during peak times in Europe. Teachers must have a 1. Classes can be canceled or booked up to 2 hours beforehand. Applicants are required to make a 10 minute demo class video on a topic of your choice as if it were given to a 4 year old.
They want native speakers to teach a variety of subjects including ESL and exam preparation courses. Their pay depends on what country you are living in for some reason.
They teach kids and adults and offer business English and exam preparation courses. They are currently branching out into Asia. They specialize in business language.
It looks like teachers can now set there own pay rate. Their online platform is new and sleek. They mostly teach business English to employees of multi-national companies based in Europe.
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Click here for the Learnlight review page. They specialize in business English and exam preparation. I know they hire non-native speakers to teach English and they also teach Russian, French and German. Click here for the EnglishOnlineTV review page.
They have about teachers. It is not known how much they pay. Click here for the Inglesissimo review page. Their website looks good it is in Spanish and they offer a wide range of courses. Click here for the OSConnect review page. They want teachers with a TEFL certificate, two years of teaching experience and online teaching experience.
They provide some material, but you can also use your own teaching materials. Click here for the Fluentify review page. It looks like they teach Spanish and English. They teach students around the world with classes of 15, 30 or 60 minutes long.
Click here for the Telelangue review page. It looks like they teach kids, teenagers and adults. Teachers must be native speakers and the students choose their teachers. Classes are only 15 minutes long and are primarily just conversation classes. Click here for the Novo English review page. They teach children, adults and business English. They also teach math. Click here for the Educastream review page. They are looking for bilingual teachers although it is not necessary to be bilingual.
Click here for more comments and the 1to1Progress Reviews page. The students are mostly Polish adults. It looks like they teach 1 on 1 and group classes of up to 4 people. Click here for more comments and the FluentBe Reviews page. They teach 1 to 1 and group classes. They specialize in business English, but they also teach many other languages.
Click here for more comments and the Learnship reviews page. Sounds like a good company if you are bilingual. They teach and do translations. They want native teachers to give 1 to 1 classes that are 30 minutes long. They specialize in business English. They offer language tutoring services but only through an app with iOS and Android.
That means you have to use a smartphone to teach. Teachers set their own pay rate. Another interesting feature they have for students is the ability to find other students and chat with them online. Click here for the Tandem review page. It looks like they are not hiring teachers any more but they are hiring content developers to make short lessons for language learners. They offer individual and group classes. If you are looking for a rewarding work-from-home job that offers flexible working hours at the most competitive rates, please e-mail your CV with GoodAirLanguage in the subject line to: Click here for the comments and iTutorGroup reviews page.
Magic Ears is in Beijing and they teach children aged Their classes can have up to 4 students. They want native speakers from Canada or the USA with an ESL certificate or teaching experience although these last two qualifications are not always required. Teaching material is provided by the company and the hours are weekdays: Booking rate depends on how good the teacher is or if the student likes the teacher. Click here for more comments and the Magic Ears review page.
Teachers must have a native level of fluency, a university degree and teaching experience is not required but preferred. Teachers can choose as many hours as they want to work from Monday to Sunday: Classes are either 25, 30 or 45 minutes.
They are not a school as much as they are a company that provides English teachers to other schools, so teachers do have to have some of their own material. They want teachers to commit to 15 classes per month, they also want teachers with a bachelors degree a TESL certificate is not required. They pay with Paypal. Click here for more comments and the Haowj review page.
They teach Chinese children from ages and class sizes are small from 1 to 3 students. They offer a fixed schedule as you will have the same class 3 times per week.
They really want teachers with a lot of experience. They pay by bank transfer or Paypal. Click here for more comments and the 31ABC review page. Lime English is a new company based in China.
They are looking for English teachers and are focused on improving students reading and writing skills in particular. The students are mostly children from years old. I do not know much else about this company so if you have any info or if you work for them please leave us a review.
They teach groups and 1 to 1 classes with all types of students but mainly kids aged Each class is 25 or 50 minutes long and they provide the material. Teachers must have one year of teaching experience, a university degree or a TESL certificate is not necessary but preferred. Click here for the Micro Language review page. They appear to be a type of create-a-profile company as they allow teachers to set their own wage and hours.
Teachers can use their own material or the ones provided by the platform. The students are of all ages. Teachers must have a bachelors degree and an ESL teaching certificate. Teaching experience is not necessary but an obvious benefit. Non-natives are welcome as well but that may be seen as a negative trait to some Chinese students. Click here for the V2US review page. Teachers must have a bachelors degree and teaching experience, but an ESL teaching certificate is not necessary.
They have two types of classes: They provide the materials and require a fixed schedule from their teachers. Click here for the USTKid review page. It looks like teachers must sign a 6 month contract and work with another teacher to give classes.
Classes take place in the early night time for teachers in the Americas. Teachers are required to have a bachelors degree and one year of teaching experience. I am not sure how long their classes are, but they appear to be less than an hour.
Click here for the Class review page. Gogokid is looking for Canadian and American teachers to teach Chinese kids mostly aged 4 Their classes are 1 to 1 and 25 minutes long. Teachers must have a bachelors degree and teaching experience is preferred.
You are only required to teach a minimum of one class per week. This is a new company so we need some reviews. Click here to leave or read a review of Gogokid.
Orange Talk is hiring teachers to teach groups of Chinese kindergarten students. They also want teachers with a bachelors degree. A TESL certificate is preferred but not necessary, same with teaching experience. Classes last 25 minutes and you could be teaching from 8 to as many as 30 students per class.
The interesting thing about this job is that you are required to stand for the entire class. I guess this makes you appear more like a typical school teacher. Their peak teaching time is in the Chinese mornings pm EST Monday to Friday, there are also classes on the weekends during all times. They teach kids in China and the parents pick the teachers for their kids. They only want native speakers from North America or the UK with at least 1 year of experience teaching kids and a university degree.
Their classes are made up of groups of children from ages Teachers have the option to teach other subjects in English such as science, history, literature, writing, etc. They also teach Spanish and French. Teachers must be available during peak hours. Teachers teach groups of children 4 students aged during a 3 month course. Their curriculum was partly developed by National Geographic.
They want native speaking teachers with a bachelors degree and an ESL certificate although they are a bit flexible, they prefer US accents. Teaching experience is preferred but not required. Each class is 40 minutes and you can work as little as you want or a maximum of 24 classes per week. Click here for the SayABC reviews page. Teachers should have a bachelors degree, an ESL teaching certificate and teaching experience. They have over students and it looks like they want teachers to commit to one year of teaching.
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Click here for the Kaifu reviews page. SinceWin is another Chinese company that specializes in teaching children aged most students are aged They say they want native speakers but at the same time they say all their teachers are in an office in Quezon city in the Philippines.
It could be an option for teachers in the Philippines. They also want teachers to have at least one year of online teaching experience and an ESL certificate is preferred.
Click here to leave a review for this company or leave a comment here. They have over 30, teachers. They exclusively teach children and teachers need to engage the children with toys and props.
They want teachers from North America who have a degree. Scheduling is very flexible and there is no minimum amount of hours required to teach. Click here for the VIPKid review page.
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