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Tony

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Hi and thanks for letting me in! ;) My name's Anton (or shorter, Tony) and I joined this community to get some advice on how to land jobs, as that's not going too well for me at the moment. About myself: I grew up in Germany, was brought up bilingually (German/English) and after some time at the Ruhr Uni Bochum, I emigrated to Poland, where I got my B.A. (education) and my M.A. (linguistics) at the University of Warsaw. I taught at a private language school in Warsaw and did some other language related jobs, before I emigrated to Russia, to teach at the biggest private language school in the  beautiful city of Ulyanovsk. After a short period teaching as a grade 3 teacher at an elementary school in Germany, I moved to Kazakhstan to teach German at an elite public high school. I'm also getting a second M.A. in English philology in July. Now that my school has decided to let all foreign language teachers go this summer, I'm looking for a job again. I hope to get some advice and inspiration here in this forum. :)

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Many international schools require certifications. Do you have any?  One good place is look for jobs is: Dave's ESL Cafe.

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Hi Michael!

What exactly do you mean, degrees or things like CELTA? I hold a BEd, an MA in linguistics and I'm certified to teach in Poland, which is where I studied. Apart from that, I'll get an MA TESOL this summer as well. Oh and thanks, I'll check out Dave's ESL Cafe as well.

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