Challenging teaching experience with adults on your resume.
No grading or homework correction.
All social benefits guaranteed under law.
General requirements for teaching positions (part time or full time):
Native or near native English speaker.
Costa Rican or legal resident with a work permit.
Preferably with college education or currently enrolled.
Preferably with teaching experience (not mandatory).
Demonstrate an active personality.
Demonstrate responsibility and a willingness to prepare prior to conducting classes.
Intensa exceeded all of my expectations for learning Spanish. I enjoyed the program and most of all my instructors. The outgoing and eager to teach attitudes by them made it a pleasure to be in class. I am very excited to
take my newly developed Spanish skills back home with me to the U.S.!
My experience at Intensa was excellent. The facility, teacher, and staff were very professional and nice. I would highly recommend this program to anyone who wants to learn spanish in an intensive program.
When you learn Spanish at school, you memorize many tenses, conjugations, and lots of vocabulary, however, when you learn Spanish at Intensa, you learn more than just things in books. You learn how to express yourself in the correct way, how to communicate, and how to build relationships with people that possess totally different cultural backgrounds with great professors and staff members. Coming from a different country and not speaking good Spanish made me nervous, but I found my confidence at Intensa and my Spanish improved so much in only three weeks. Do you want to learn more Spanish and enjoy your life at the same time? Intensa will be your best choice.
TIN YU LIEN, Age 17 — Redmond, WA