Teaching in the USA is a unique program that provides experienced foreign educators the opportunity to explore a new educational and cultural environment through full-time teaching positions in the United States. Participants are able to gain exposure to American teaching methods while host schools open doors to fresh perspectives and valuable viewpoints in U.S. classrooms.
Students gain valuable perspective and are exposed to different viewpoints which allow them to broaden their own perceptions, ensuring they are prepared for the challenges of our changing world. Because HRC believes all students should benefit by having the opportunity to learn from an international educator, we are able to provide services to all types of schools; public, private, charter or independent.
What we offer
HRC recruits highly qualified individuals who wish to travel to the United States for full-time, paid teaching positions at accredited K-12 schools. HRC provides assistance and services to schools and teachers. Including, but not limited to:
- Pre screening of applicants for various teaching positions for host schools to interview
- J-1 Visa sponsorship (up to three years) for qualified individuals and their dependents
- Issuance of the “Certificate of Eligibility for J-1 Visa” (Form DS-2019) to successful applicants
- Host school and applicant vetting
- Comprehensive health and medical insurance
- 24-hour emergency support for teachers and host schools
- Program monitoring and regular evaluations
- Program orientation and information session to both host school and participant
- Optional Housing Assistance
- Ongoing guidance throughout the program, including an annual professional development opportunity, which can help teachers to fulfill the cultural exchange requirement of the J-1 Visa.
- Cultural activities to become accustomed to the American way-of-life
- Buddy program
- Tax assistance
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At the time of initial application to the sponsor, the applicant must:
Meet the qualifications for teaching at the primary (including pre-kindergarten) or secondary levels in schools in his or her home country; is working as a teacher in his or her home country at the time of application; and has at least two years of full-time teaching experience;
Is not working as a teacher in his or her home country at the time of application, but otherwise meets the qualifications for teaching at the primary (including pre-kindergarten) or secondary levels in schools in the home country; has had at least two years of full-time teaching experience within the past eight years; and, within 12 months of his or her application submission date for the program, has or will have completed an advanced degree (beyond a degree equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's degree) in education or in an academic subject matter that he or she intends to teach or that is directly related to his or her teaching subject field
- Possesses, at a minimum, a degree equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's degree in either education or the academic subject field in which he or she intends to teach
- Satisfies the teaching eligibility standards of the U.S. state in which he or she will teach (e.g., meets minimum educational requirements, has passed teacher training coursework at a sufficiently proficient level, has provided an evaluation of foreign teaching preparation coursework, has demonstrated the requisite prior teaching experience), to include any required criminal background or other checks;
- Is of good reputation and character (evidenced by reference letters)
- Possesses sufficient proficiency in the English language to function in U.S. classrooms and to function on a day-to-day basis
About the J-1 Visa Program
HRC international does not charge any upfront administration fees and no payments need to be made until you have been accepted in a teacher program by the host school.
Teacher program fees