Hello my readers!

I was just contacted by MEF International School (my new school) that they have an urgent need to fill a Grade 2 Homeroom Teacher position. This could be YOU! Write me for more information!

4 thoughts on “JOB NOTICE

  1. rin says:

    Hi Anita,

    I came across your site yesterday after typing in a search for “international art teaching jobs.” I am very much interested in working with MEF International School and would appreciate any help that you could offer. Thank you very much!



    • Hi, Rin,
      Wow! I just looked over your website and I fully LOVE your work! – – especially your prints and sketchbook drawings. You are very talented! It appears (?) that you would be interested in an ART teaching job, but this job is for a homeroom Grade 2 classroom. Are you still interested? If so, please reply and I will give you the contact information right away. The school has been involved in interviews over the last several days.

      In the event that this does not work out, I want to encourage you to fully read my blog. If you go to the Archive section and just scroll through the articles that have to do with “teaching” you will learn how to get an international teaching job. I started my blog 1.5 years ago in order to show others how to do it. After reading, let me know if you have more questions. I couldn’t tell where you are living and I’m curious. My home is in Dallas, TX, although I’m currently summering in San Diego, CA. I soon will leave for my new teaching position in Istanbul, Turkey and I can’t wait!!!

  2. Katey Rouse says:

    Anita! Do you need to be a teacher? 🙂 Katey

    Sent from my iPhone

    • Katey, I’m guessing/supposing “YES, certified and experienced”, but who knows? This opening came up quite unexpectedly and suddenly. Do you want the contact info? 🙂 If so, email me…

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