Foreign Language Teachers in Central Asia
Teach a useful international or trade language (eg. English, German, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese or Chinese) to students and professionals.
Develop relationships that could provide opportunities to informally share Christ’s love and truth in this country with very few believers.
There will also be opportunity to study a local language like Tajik, Uzbek or Russian.
Qualities & Gifts Sought
Ideally with teaching experience, you are interested in other cultures and eager to learn.
Mother-tongue speaker of the language you want to teach; high school diploma or, preferably, bachelor’s degree; teaching certificate (general or language-specific).
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About Teaching English
Fluency in English provides students with a vital skill. By teaching English you have a chance to build relationships with students, and can provide opportunities to share the gospel.
You can use your TEFL or TESOL training on a short-term mission experience with WEC. Have an opportunity to travel and experience a new culture.
TEFL training: You can study English Teaching online, or gain qualifications with one of our partners, ChristianTEFL.org
Every year there are opportunities in Brazil to teach our trainee missionaries. Here's a taster:
Jacquie taught English in Guinea-Bissau on a short term mission with WEC. Read Jacquie's story.
About Central Asia
WEC is involved in serving communities throughout Central Asia.
We are working in a variety of roles, alongside other Christian agencies, and with the local church where it exists. Our desire is to see the peoples of this region come to faith in Jesus, gathered into communities of believers, and discipled so that they can disciple others.
WEC’s diverse ministry in Central Asia includes missional business, education, English teaching, medical care and development work.
We cannot give details online about the countries, situations and opportunities we have found where you can serve in Central Asia, but we will be able to tell you more when you meet us face to face.
More about WEC in West and Central Asia