Summer EFL Job in USA

Date posted:2016-05-12 | Writer: FLS International - Glendora, CA | Email: [email protected]

Part-time ESL/EFL teachers needed for the English Language Program at FLS International – Citrus College in Glendora, CA. Instructors will work with a set curriculum to provide high-quality instruction to international students for 3-5 hours per day. Morning and afternoon classes offered. Citrus College offers a great combination of suburban comfort and safety along with access to all of the attractions and glamor of Los Angeles.

FLS International has two categories of teacher, English Language Teachers and Tour Program teachers. The hiring requirements for the two categories are as follows:


Educational Qualifications: Teachers hired for this program must have a BA/BS degree and a certificate in TESOL/TEFL with a minimum of 100 hours of study OR an MA in TESOL or a closely related field, such as linguistics or foreign language pedagogy.

Experience Qualifications: Teachers hired for this program must have at least eight months (an academic year) of EFL classroom teaching experience or foreign language teaching experience.


Teachers hired for these programs must have a BA/BS degree and at least six months of teaching experience. The teaching experience may include ESL classroom instruction, ESL tutoring or classroom instruction and tutoring in related fields such as English, foreign languages and test preparation.

Rate of pay: $18 – 22/hr., DOE.

FLS International offers English Language Programs and Tour programs at various locations throughout the United States designed for international students. We operate seven year-round programs, as well as seasonal study-tour programs. 


Submit cover letter and resume to the email address given on the job heading for consideration.

Phone: +1 626-852-0075



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.


equipments and teaching aids are always very important, the problem is how to use them efecrively. i had my first experince with such teaching aids. actualy did not know what to how to go about its becuase there was no one to direct me one what to do. learning how it was functiong by myself was a good experience and it was better because i did on the job training which will never forget.Unit Three provides Course Development information as dictated by the stages contact with the learners from first meetings through assessment including level tests and needs analysis, syllabus design, and final assessments. I enjoyed the creativity with the focus upon real life activities reflected in many of the curriculum suggestions provided online in the document offered by the ALTE.