Teach EFL in Romania During The Summer

Date posted:2019-11-26 | Writer: INAction | Email: [email protected]

INAction is a company that organizes and coordinates extracurricular educational activities, including cultural, sports, tourist and leisure for preschool and school students. Since 2008,  we have organized summer camps in Romania focused on learning English and have opportunities for TEFL trained teachers who would like to join us at various times from June to August of next year.


Pensiunea “Miruna” – Sambata de Sus ,Brasov. Located in a wonderful area not far from Brasov City, Sambata de Sus is an oasis of peace, harmony and fresh air with springs from Fagaras Mountains. Surrounded by hills, mountains and forests, “Miruna” Complex provides the ideal conditions for an unforgettable stay.


Arriving in RO on the 19th / 20th of June 2020

Leaving RO on the  5th  of July 2020


Pensiunea “Anna”  - Tusnad, Harghita. Tusnad is a well known mountain resort with beautiful, natural surroundings and tourist attractions such as  "Saint Anne Lake"  the only  volcanic crater in the Eastern Carpathians, situated in the Natural Reserve of MohoÈ™, Harghita County.


You can choose between two options :

 Arriving in RO on the 3rd of July 2020

 Leaving RO on the 25th of July


Arriving in RO on the 24th  of July 2020

Leaving RO on the 15th of August 2020


This English summer camp has been organized for 18 years in different locations and it is very popular among Romanian pupils. The British trainers/volunteers are expected to teach English through games, drama and other fun activities to the pupils (aged between 7 and 16). However, it is not the trainer’ responsibility to look after the children. There will be teachers to do that. There will be around 170 children in the camp and 12 trainers working with them, with a ratio of one trainer to about 15-20 children.

The timetable is very flexible and it is always planned and discussed with the trainers in advance. We are dedicated to making the trainers’ stay in Romania a memorable one. Our pupils speak very good English so communication with them will not be a problem. However, the younger ones may need support and guidance sometimes but organizers and other teachers are there to help all the time. We think that there is no right or wrong way to teach and we believe that each British trainer brings his or her own style and ideas. If a trainer ever becomes stuck for ideas or just needs a little support, the camp organizers are always there to help.


•             9:30 - 12:30 – morning lessons (with half an hour break) – informal lessons: games, mime, debate, drama;

•             12:30 - 14:30 – lunch break;

•             15:00 - 18:30 – afternoon activities: hiking and trips / workshops (painting, music, drama, dance, sports etc.;)

•             20:00 - 20:30 – informal staff meeting to plan activities for the next day;

•             21:00 – evening activities: disco, karaoke, contests (trainers are expected to attend these activities alongside the children).

The activities reserved for afternoons and extra time are varied and depend on the trainers. If they have any interests or hobbies that could be transformed into workshops then we would encourage trainers to be creative.


•             Free full room and board: quality accommodation and meals with vegetarian catering too;

•             Free 24 hours medical care (doctor and nurse);

•             Easy, relaxed daily schedule (starting at 9.30)

•             Free access to spa & pool during breaks and free days.

•             Teaching training during placement;

•             Free washing service;

•             Treats at the end of the working day;

•             Free transfers from and to airport in Romania;

•             Free trips to historical sites and landmarks: Dracula’s Castle (Bran) / Peles Castle / Rasnov Fortress / Dino Park / Cable Car / shopping sessions in Brasov City and Sibiu or Sighisoara (transport, tickets and meals);

•             Free Internet access included;

•             Certificate of Participation issued to the volunteers by the Romanian Ministry of Education.( letter of recommendation on request).

During their stay in Romania, trainers will be accompanied at all times by a Romanian staff member.

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

Deadline for the first round of applications: 25th January 2020

If their application is successful, the trainers must buy their roundtrip flight ticket and provide proof of the ticket purchase within 15 days of receiving the acceptance email from the organisers, otherwise they will miss their chance to work on the camp.

If there still are unoccupied positions, deadline for the second round of applications: 20th March 2020.