Free Webinar: Teaching in the Age of COVID-19

on October 8, 2020

Join TravelBud’s Enrollment Director Grace Martens as she gives a free webinar on the topic “Teaching in the Age of COVID-19” on 12 October 2020.

We’ve all heard it before: these are unprecedented times. With travel on pause during COVID and restrictions varying country by country, it’s hard to know where to start when you’re considering teaching abroad. Join us for an overview of where you CAN go (yes, even now!), and what life will look like teaching in the age of COVID-19.

Register for Free! (opens in new tab)

Time: 10:00am Pacific Daylight time (PDT) | 17:00 UTC
Duration: 1 hour with time for questions and answers
Where: Instagram Live

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About Grace Martens

Grace is an enrollments coordinator at TravelBud signing people up to our many programs and helping them get all the answers to the questions they may have about taking the plunge and going overseas for amazing teach English abroad adventures.
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