Re -departure

Congratulations on completing an experience abroad. We realize that you are eager to continue your international experience, here is some information to get you started:



This non-profit provides work visas for young Americans at very reasonable prices. Current destinations available include Australia, Britain, Canada and Ireland

Concordia Language Villages

OK, this isn’t abroad, but it is an international opportunity. Each year this full immersion language school hires more than 1,000 young people, both American and international, to work at its Minnesota camps. Types of hires include counselors, teachers and support positions at all levels.

Go Overseas — Australia

Go Overseas has a great Australia page where they provide information on obtaining a short-term Australian work visa as well as opportunities to work in Australia.

Dave’s ESL Café

A very famous website that is a great starting point for those looking for teaching abroad positions. The site includes invaluable information and job boards.

Footprints Recruiting

This is a great website with many teaching positions all around the world — some with extremely high salaries.

U.S. Teaching Assistantships at Austrian Secondary Schools

Once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to teach English in Austria through the Austrian government. Positions are located all-round the country, and are paid.

Chilean Government English Open Doors Program

Each year, the Chilean government hires native speakers of English to teach in their public schools. This is a wonderful opportunity to have a short-term paid position in South America.

French Government English Teaching Assistantships

The Government of France hires native speakers of many different languages to teach in their public schools. Appointments are for ten months and are paid. 

JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program USA 

The JET Program offers the opportunity to work and live in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan. Most participants serve as Assistant Language Teacher and work in public and private schools throughout Japan; some work as Coordinators for International Relations as interpreters/ translators.

Spanish Government North American Language and Culture Assistants in Spain

Each year, the government of Spain hires hundreds of native speakers of English to teach in their public schools. The Spanish government site has plenty of details on this program along with a link to the online application.


CIEE offers teacher placement for a fee, but the placements are guaranteed, vetted and paid.

Pueblo Inglés

This organization offers free stays abroad for Americans who will serve as conversation helpers for English language learners.


Contact us:
8700 NW River Park Dr.
Herr House Room 207 / PMB 96
Parkville, Missouri, 64152-3795

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. CST


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Staff Members:
Kevin Vicker
Director of International Education