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Bilingual Teaching Jobs From Home

If you are bilingual, teaching can be one opportunity to work at home.

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Bilingual teaching jobs from home vary considerably. Some require a teaching certificate and a college degree while with others bilingual ability and teaching experience will do. This list of bilingual teaching jobs includes both kinds of positions.

For more educations jobs, see these online tutor jobs and these education-related, home-based jobs. Also this list of resources for online teaching provides resources for finding teaching jobs-- both work-at-home and not--online.

For more types of bilingual jobs, see these lists of companies with bilingual, work-at-home jobs and bilingual home call center positions.

Auralog

E-learning language company offers products for corporate, education and retail clinets and hires online language tutors to work in conjunction with its "TeLL me More" language platform, which covers English (American and British), Spanish, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese and Arabic.

Connections Academy

Connections Academy, a "school without walls", is a virtual educational program serving K-12 students throughout various states in a non-classroom-based environment. It hires certified teachers for online teaching jobs. This includes foreign language teacher for k-12 German, French and Spanish.

eduFire

This company doesn't hire online tutors but provides a service of putting together students and tutors and providing online tools for tutoring. It charges a 15 percent commission on all fees collected by tutors.

gofluent

Teaching English by phone, gofluent seeks home-based trainers who are native English speakers who are bilingual in French, Italian, German, Russian and Korean. They are hired only from Kansas, Missouri, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania and Canada.

Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY)

Language instructors are among the teachers needed in this program for students in grades 2 to 12. Requirements include BA in appropriate field and at least one year teaching experience. Search CTY or "work at home" in JHU Jobs database.

SMARTHINKING.com

The Washington, D.C.-based education organization hires part-time (usually 9-20 hours per week), work-at-home tutors for many subjects (including foreign languages) for students of varying abilities and ages. Tutors may work from anywhere in the world as long as they have computer and Internet access (and a U. S. bank account). Peak season for hiring is May-August and November-December every year. Most tutors are paid on an hourly basis. Paid training. Hires graduate and undergraduate students, high school teachers and other experienced tutors.

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