Teaching English In Poland

APPLICATIONS FOR 2024 TEACHING ENGLISH IN POLAND ARE OPEN.  NEW APPLICATION DEADLINE MARCH 18, 2024 
Please e-mail us with any questions: teip@thekf.org
 

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Lean more about the TEIP program from our video series. 


Thank You to Our TEIP Volunteers from the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw!
 
Your dedication as TEIP volunteers has truly made a lasting impact on the lives of many. These efforts have been highlighted by the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw. Watch the video below, where Jeanne Briganti, Cultural Attach√© at the Embassy, expresses her appreciation for your work on behalf of the entire Embassy team.
 


Volunteers’ Testimonies:¬†
 
TEIP is a unique English teaching program organized by The Kosciuszko Foundation Poland and The Kosciuszko Foundation, Inc. in New York. The program is centered around American volunteers who come to chosen summer camps all around Poland to teach English to children and to familiarize them with American culture through sports, art, and cultural projects.Teachers of all subject areas and levels are encouraged to apply. Teaching assistants can be college students, retirees, business people, former military, or anyone who has an interest in experiencing living and teaching in Poland. Read our volunteers’ testimony:
 
TEIP has allowed me to learn about the history and culture of¬†Poland while getting to work with some absolutely amazing Polish¬†students and staff. The kids are so eager to learn and the staff is incredibly helpful. Thanks to TEIP I’ve made lifelong friends both in Poland and all over the US that I’m truly thankful for.

– Jeff M.

“…Words cannot express how much we would like to thank those who provided the funding for this TEIP camp for Ukrainian¬†students.¬† Ocypel offered a much needed break for these students and offered them time just to be kids with other kids who were experiencing the same things. In a country where they are outsiders and “foreign”, these students found a refuge in Ocypel where they could be proud Ukrainian teenagers and share that pride with us and others. We all look forward to the day when we can have a few reunion celebrations‚ÄĒin a free and peaceful Ukraine...” – Kaeli E., Cael M., Jeff M., Kristin M.

 


Check out the classes taught by native speakers and expert webinars for English language teachers, recorded as part of the TEIP online edition, on our Youtube channel.

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