Teach TEFL in Boston, USA

Date posted:2009-01-28 | Writer: ASC English | Email: [email protected]

ASC English has recently opened a branch school in Downtown Boston! Due to our increasing student numbers we’ve increased our teaching spaces and are now looking for the newest addition to our friendly teaching team. Could it be you?

Classes are offered four days a week from 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM, Monday - Thursday. The potential also exists for afternoon and evening classes in the near future. There are also possibilities with afterschool student activities. If you’re looking to work in a dynamic and supportive environment where teacher concerns are frequently considered and addressed, we could be the place! To that end, we offer 6 hours of (paid) meeting time per month to incorporate new ideas into our growing school and to work on professional development.

Our branch school is conveniently located within walking distance of the Boylston T Stop (green line), Chinatown T Stop (orange line) or South Station (red line). Our teaching staff hails from five different countries and our international students average in age from 20 to 25, though we have several older students as well.

We are looking specifically for an experienced, enthusiastic and motivated teacher available to start teaching in February.
The ideal candidate will have:
- a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in a related field &
- a TEFL teaching certificate &
- at least two years of ESL teaching experience in various contexts both in the US and abroad

Interested candidates are invited to send a cover letter and resume to Mr. Patrick Lilja, the ESL Program Manager, at the e-mail address given on the job heading page.


You can find out more information about ASC English by visiting our website: http://www.ascenglish.com

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.


Unit 8 introduces future tense. After the previous units on present, past tense, we can find lots of similarities between those tense and the systematic approach will help students to understand the general rules in an easier way then being taught in isolation. The teaching ideas are practical activities for students to engage and practice. As a non-native speaker, I found my knowledge has also been refreshed.what a great unit, it has helped me to set my own goals as a teacher and t remember to always want to keep improving in my own skills. the guidance which i have access to in setting up a class will be very valuable to me. which i can constantly use in reference thought out teaching, setting objectives for the students to reach by the end of the lesson will be a great measurement to how i am going as a teacher.