advice and warnings
There were some warnings about Bridge Linguatec. This made me chuckle: “I met some teachers at a party once who were working for Bridge-Linguatec and they told me that they made 3,500 pesos per hour….keep in mind that you will teach at the most 5 billable hours in a day. You might be better off bringing a guitar and singing Beattles tunes outside of the Tobalaba Metro before working for 3,500/hr.” Other people say it is a decent way to get experience, though.
I still think that ideally, I’d want to work with children, and not teach Business English to adults. It *seems* like a schedule I’d like better (especially since I most likely won’t have any particularly late classes) assuming that one school gave me enough hours, or that I only had to be at one or two schools in a given day.