(Paris is awesome…but look at Thailand. Photo by karibuworld.com)
Studying abroad is a great opportunity that I hope every American college student takes part in, but sometimes you can find an equally engaging opportunity abroad that isn’t a study abroad. I’m talking about working and living abroad. I recently came across a casting call for Millenial Americans (that’s you!) to teach English in Thailand for a new TV show that’s coming out. This is a great opportunity to work and live abroad, to immerse into another culture, and to gain that global experience needed for today’s workforce. If you’re on the fence about studying abroad, not sure if you want to go college, or are looking for a job post college – check it out and apply! If you’re interested, check out the information below that I copied from their website’s press release. But act fast! The deadline to apply is next week.
(Build a network, grow as a person, gain international working experience, immerse into another culture. Photo by www.pinterest.com)
Now Casting Young AMERICAN Millennials Who Dream of Teaching English Abroad!
Relativity Media is casting a new TV show all about young adults who are ready to plunge into a whole new lifestyle! We want to document what it’s like to pick up and move to a different country where the culture is completely different than in America. We will follow your life as you work, live, party, and explore Chiang Mai, Thailand!
Have you always been the person who dreams of experiencing different cultures rather than settling down right away with a 9-5 job and a white picket fence?
Do you feel like America doesn’t offer the kind of “fish-out-of-water” experiences you want to live out in your twenties?
Have you and your friends talked about living and working in a different country but money is holding you back?
Whether you’ve been laid off, on an endless job search, unhappy with the cookie cutter lifestyle you’ve created for yourself, can’t stand to go to one more wedding, or just feel like you’re not feeding your desire to be adventurous– we want to help you finally make the move you’ve always dreamed of!
We are now looking for young adults between the ages of 18-30 who feel that right now is the time for them to pack up their lives and move to Chiang Mai, Thailand! We will help introduce you to companies who will help you find a job as an English Teacher and also help set you up with housing.
If you are interested please send the following info to: Luli.Batista@rtvshows.com
- Name and age
- Occupation or major
- Current City (only Americans please) and your hometown
- Phone number
- Two recent photos of just you
- Why you want to teach in Thailand/ what’s at stake in leaving?
323-860-8974 Direct Line
Here is the official PDF for additional information.