Costa Rica
Teach in Costa Rica

Moai on Easter Island



Torres del Paines, Patagonia


Costa Rica’s paradisiacal landscapes attract tourists from all around the world. Within a 2-hour radius from the capital city of San Jose, you will find a great diversity of climates and regions, featuring volcanoes, tropical beaches, rainforests, waterfalls, and a beautiful countryside. The short distance to a great variety of natural attractions makesCosta Rica a great destination in which to work and travel since you can visit a lot of marvelous places on the weekends. Salaries range from $700 to $1,200 a month, and the cost of living is, on average, $400 a month, but you can find private students to increase your income. For jobs in local schools, colleges or universities, it is best to apply between September and November because the school year runs from January to December.

Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree.
100-hour TESOL certificate