English Tutors/ESL Teachers

The Position

With its strong and growing economy, and there is a tremendous desire among Southeast Asians to be a part of the progressive world. To join modern society, many Southeast Asians need to learn English. As an English tutor/ESL teacher with ABWE, you can teach a valuable skill while sharing the truth of Christ’s love.

As an English tutor/ELS teacher, you will:

  • Provide one-on-one and small-group English language training to children, teens and adults with patience and expertise
  • Develop meaningful relationships with students and community members that will open their hearts to the truth of the gospel
  • Bring a focused dedication to ministry, a passion for education, and the energy to succeed to the ABWE team
  • Immerse yourself in the culture you are serving while living an authentically Christian life and setting a good example for your students and teammates
  • Use discipline and organization to assist ABWE teammates when needed
The Need

If you are searching for a challenging and rewarding mission opportunity in a dynamic location, Southeast Asia is the place for you. Some parts of Southeast Asia contain Muslim-majority populations ruled by oppressive governments. You can share your personal testimony as you provide Southeast Asians with valuable skills, while shining the light of hope into a spiritually dark culture.

The Impact

The people of Southeast Asia are ready to join the modern world, and the area is experiencing strong economic growth. In your role as English language tutor, you can work with ambitious students who crave knowledge and desire a more progressive, less oppressive society. As you develop, you can teach essential skills and build meaningful relationships that help you impact the people of Southeast Asia.

Due to the ongoing global COVID-19 crisis, ABWE is limiting international travel of short-term missionaries originating from the US and assessing the level of risk per country per US State Department guidelines. To inquire about travel restrictions or exceptions, please contact go@abwe.org. We would love to talk to you!

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