The links below will be helpful to students who are looking for international teaching opportunities. Information is available concerning student teaching and full-time teaching opportunities, job fairs, and organizations.
Department of Defense Dependent Schools Full-time teaching (Represents 116 Schools) & Student teaching.
World Teach World Teach is a non-profit, non-governmental organization based at the Center for International Development at Harvard University which provides opportunities for individuals to make a meaningful contribution to international education by living and working as volunteer teachers in developing countries.
International School Services Recruitment services for teaching and administrative candidates.
European Council of International Schools Recruitment Services - This board is for the exchange of information regarding working in international schools, it is not a forum of discussion of individual schools.
University of Northern Iowa Overseas Placement Service for Educators. (Career Fair, usually 2nd week of March)
Search Associates International school placement organizations.
Ed-U-Link Services, Inc. Provides efficient, economical services to international schools and educators. (Online Recruiting Fair)
TIE - The International Educator TIE Newspaper comes out in Oct., Dec., Feb., April, and June. Job ads from hundreds of overseas schools. Schools may change listed vacancies as often as necessary. Resume bank where schools can view your personal data.
The Association of American Schools in South America Seeks qualified educators to fill positions in private schools located throughout South America. Applications are accepted between April and November. Recruitment conference in December.
The Association of American Schools of Central America, Colombia, Caribbean and Mexico Listing of various international recruitment fairs through out the world.
LINKS to Overseas School Associations and Organizations
The Association for the Advancement of International Education They sponsor a conference (usually the 1st week of March) on international education. No recruiting, but a great place to learn about international education.
The Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme
East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools To promote intercultural understanding and international friendship through the activities of member schools.
U.S. Department of State