Teach English in Honduras (housing, benefits + stipend provided)

Students Helping Honduras

About the organization

There are plenty of places to teach outside the U.S, but very few organizations give you the chance to make the impact of a lifetime. This immersing job opportunity provides a monthly stipend, housing with utilities, transportation, health insurance, and visa renewal trips.

This challenging position provides the opportunity to spend a year teaching english to the most at-risk youth in Honduras, with an organization that has been featured on CNN, CNN en Espanol, Larry King Live, and USA Today.

In 2012, Students Helping Honduras opened the Villa Soleada Bilingual School in northern Honduras to provide an excellent education for low income students—including children from a local shanty slum and former street children—in El Progreso, Honduras. With over 270 students from pre-K to 8th grade as of 2018, we have continued to add a new grade every year. In 2018, we broke ground on the high school which is set open in 2021.


General Responsibilities:

Facilitate relationships with parents and other community members
Foster a safe and productive classroom environment for students
Assist with small group instruction of material
Administer assessments to small groups or on an individual basis
Serve as a Lunch/Recess monitor
Support your fellow teachers in school and at home
Serve as an ambassador for our organization by helping to spread the word about our work to your families and friends
Grade exams

Administrative Duties:

Maintain attendance records for all students in your homeroom
File a copy of your weekly lesson plans on the agreed upon schedule
Provide administration with a copy of your weekly class schedule before the week begins
Ensure classroom is open and ready for students at beginning of school day
Attend all teacher meetings
Keep the office informed of any problems (disciplinary or otherwise) you are having with students and any concerns you have about students
Keep student files updated
Keep the office informed of extended absences of students

Other Optional (But Recommended) Responsibilities:

Organize after-school reading workshops
Plan field trips
Plan and organize extracurricular activities for students
Attend Parents’ Association Meetings (at discretion of Administrator)
Participate in fundraising efforts to support our program costs


Bachelor’s Degree
Experience living or working abroad highly preferred
Experience teaching, lesson planning, or supervising children in an education setting
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively
Ability to adapt to change and be flexible


200$ per month + housing

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] The subject line of the email should read: Application to teach in Honduras (Peace Corps).

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