TEFL in Rabat, Morocco.

Date posted:2005-03-23 | Writer: The American Cultural Association of Morocco | Email: [email protected]


This center, which had a Fall enrollment of over 2200 students, is the largest EFL specialist in that city of over 2 million people.

The ideal candidate for this position should have an MA or MS in TESOL, at least four years of international administrative/ supervisory experience, the ability to set and oversee budgets and standard financial data, a communicative level of French and/or Arabic, computer literacy, and a high degree of cultural sensitivity. She or he would also be someone with EFL/ESL classroom experience and the ability to work harmoniously with both native and non-native English speaking staff that numbers more than 40 full- and part-time teachers and over 18 support and admin people. By the statutes under which the ACA operates in Morocco, the candidate must also be a citizen of the United States. In addition, the Moroccan Ministry of Labor will not issue work permits to non-Moroccans over the age of 59.

The ACA offers a competitive salary based on qualifications and experience, a private retirement plan, and medical coverage. A relocation stipend is also available. The current contract is for two years renewable. Ideally, the candidate hired will be expected to relocate by the beginning of October, 2005.

Applications (which should include a introductory cover letter, CV, references, and an ID photo) may be submitted by surface mail to:

David Amster
American Language Center
2 Rue Ahmed Hiba
B.P. 2136 Fes, Morocco

OR by email + attachments to : [email protected]

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


As a role of a teacher, I will promote students' discussions about each lecture that is shared in class and help them correct mispronunciation they may have. iI commit to myself that every student will have equal opportunity to speak English in class. It is important to treat every student equally but also help those who may have a hard time learning English. I want every student to succeed and not lose hope to learn English.I have learnt so much from this course, I am looking forward to implementing these techniques into my classroom. I am taking with me lots of fun activities along with what to look out for in students. Teachers may find themselves with challenges but that's ok because as long as you taking them with the right approach and enthusiasm. If you like to teach and are passionate about it, students will have or get a good feeling.