Posts Tagged living in Georgia

My Experience In Georgia

My Experience In Georgia

We hear from Tashia Shupert who tells us all about her time volunteer teaching with TLG in Georgia. She is currently teaching in South Korea and would very much like to visit Georgia once more. Here you can read about her first few days in Georgia, some of the ups and downs of her time there and her thoughts on her whole experience.

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Writer Liane Nichols Writes About Speaking the Language (or not)

Writer Liane Nichols Writes About Speaking the Language (or not)

Non-verbal communication is a pretty standard idea. We communicate so much more not by saying it, but by showing it. It makes sense that when you travel the world, you start to recognize the true beauty of the non-verbal.

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Interview with Liane Nichols, an American Teacher Teaching English in Georgia

Interview with Liane Nichols, an American Teacher Teaching English in Georgia

Liane Nichols taught with Georgia’s Teach and Learn with Georgia program (TLG) from July 2012 through to December 2012. Today, she shares her story on what it was like teaching English in Georgia, Eastern Europe.

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Interview with Britney Pace: An American Teacher in Georgia

Today we hear from one of our teachers in Georgia. Britney is a Reach To Teach teacher who hails from Florida and teaches her young classes in Georgia. Read on to hear about her teaching experiences and how heart warming she has found her time there.

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Paying Your Student Loans from Abroad

Paying Your Student Loans from Abroad

Applicants often ask me about dealing with student loan debt while teaching in China. With a little bit of planning and effort, there is no reason why student loans should get in the way of teaching overseas. Paying your debts while in your home country is undoubtedly much easier and takes fewer steps-most student loan companies will just deduct directly from your account or send you a monthly bill which you can easily pay by check. Paying won’t be so easy from abroad, but it can be managed. If you are a fresh graduate in the US, remember that you get a six-month grace period on your loan debt (interest free!). If you are currently paying (or need to start), the simplest solution is to ask the loan holder to allow a delay of payment through either a deferment or forbearance. A deferment allows teachers to delay payment interest-free, while forbearance delays payments but interest continues to accrue. During forbearance, you can either pay the new interest or allow it to be added to your total. Contact your loan holder to see if you qualify for an interest-free deferment, as this is by far the best option. If not, you […]

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7 Tips For Living With Your Host Family

7 Tips For Living With Your Host Family

Living with a host family is a chance to understand your new home inside-out. It’s also a huge lesson in communication and understanding. Here are 7 tips for living with your host family abroad.

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Travel Georgia and Learn about Georgia’s Wine Culture

Travel Georgia and Learn about Georgia's Wine Culture

The Republic of Georgia has a tradition of wine making that dates back nearly 8,000 years. Here’s another excuse to travel Georgia through Reach To Teach Recruiting.

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Tim Finnigan - 2014 - An American in Taipei, Taiwan
Teach in Asia

Reach to Teach has been tremendously helpful in facilitating my transition to Taiwan. Whenever challenges arose, Carrie was willing to take time out of her busy schedule to be sure that my issues were personally attended to. As an organization, Re...


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Derrick Black - 2015 - Teaching with EPIK in Gyeongbuk Province
Teaching with EPIK

Thank you. Thank you. 감사합니다 for this opportunity again, whether I muster up enough juice to make it three years, or depart after this one is complete. It has been an invaluable experience of ups and downs, with the classroom being a h...

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