Teaching English

So you’re interested in teaching English in Barranquilla? Below is a partial list (in alphabetical order) of bilingual schools and institutes that you might want to check out. Requirements for certification and teaching experience vary, so check with each school/program directly to learn more.

Do you know of schools/programs that I’m leaving out? Please add them to the Comments Section below. Thank you, and happy job hunting!

5 responses to “Teaching English

  1. I know a pretty good company that you could work for. I work for a multinational company called Wall Street English. We have schools in Bogotá, Bucaramanga, Medellin and now Barranquilla. Please let me know if you are interested. Certification like TEFL, TESL or CELTA are a must, we can help you with the rest. If you are interested or around and want to know more, feel free to reach out to me with your C.V at yeison.ospina@wse.edu.co.

  2. i sent you an email with my CV as i am intrested Gracias

  3. jennifer lastra

    Hi my name is Jennifer Lastra,
    I graduated from the Florida international university in Miami, Florida~ USA and, I would like to get more information about teaching English and any requirements.

    Jennifer lastra

  4. Timothy Anderson

    Buenos dias,
    Hello, my name is Timothy Anderson and I am currently an elementary school teacher in Laurel, Maryland, USA. I am TEFL certified in addition to being a graduate of Salisbury University. I have also been teaching private english lessons for the last year. I would like to get information about how to apply for a job or get in contact with somebody who can help me to obtain a job.
    Thank you so much,
    Tim Anderson

  5. Julio Argueta

    I am a Canadian citizen interested in finding a job teaching in Barranquilla. I am not a Colombian born individual. I do speak, write and read Spanish and English, and looking to find a rewarding career as teaching English or translating.

    Thank You

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