Career Links

Graduating Applied Linguistics Seniors:

This page is for you! Confused about what to do after you graduate? Don’t know where to find a job, a graduate program, or a place to volunteer? Check the listings below for resources to help you find your next step.

Specific Program Sites

North American Language & Culture Assistants in Spain
JET Program in Japan
EPIK Program in Korea
Disney English in China*
Teaching Assistant Program in France
Tsinghua Summer English Camp in China
Hong N Schools in Suzhou, China
America’s Unofficial Ambassadors
Teach and Learn in Korea
Georgia Teaching Fellows
The Language Co. in Chile

*Visa requires two years of employment after bachelor degree

General Job Search Sites for TEFL (abroad) and TESOL (stateside) jobs

ESLEmployer.com
TEFL.com
TeachingJobs.com
JoyJobs.com
FootprintsRecruiting.com
GoAbroad.com
Teaching-Jobs.org
OHayoSensei.com
Job registry in NAFSA
International House
EnglishClub.com
ESLCafe.com
Careers.TESOL.org
TeacherPort.com

http://www.aaal.org/jobs_search.asp

ESL Teacher Recruiters

Liangban ESL Recruiting Agency (China)

www.adventureteaching.com (South Korea and China)

Footprints Recruiting (Worldwide)

languagecorps.com

Language Schools

Critical Language Scholarship Program
Critical Languages Institute
Critical Language Enhancement Award*

*You must first obtain a Fulbright position

Graduate Degree and Certificate Programs

Georgia State University MA in Applied Linguistics (Department of Applied Linguistics)
TESOL’s listings of other graduate programs in Applied Linguistics

Graduate School

Grad School Search Engine
Gradschools

Volunteer Opportunities

Peace Corps’s Master’s International (MI) program
TransitionsAbroad.com
English Opens Doors Program
Malini Foundation Children’s Community

http://www.centrodevoluntarios.cl/?page_id=223

Internships

Panther Career Net
Internships.com

Department assistance also available in locating internships.
Contact Dr. Kris Acheson-Clair at kclair@gsu.edu

Possible Government Internships

CIA
Secret Service