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Location: Hungary

Hungary: ESL


Hungary is a small country in Central Europe with a unique language, and as those in the country look to advance, competency in English is an invaluable skill which more and more people are looking to acquire. Teaching English as a Second Language meets a need of the country and allows for the chance to build real relationships with those being taught. These relationships and conversations that flow out of teaching English provide opportunities to share the love of Christ and engage the culture in significant ways.

Length of Service
  • Short-term: one to two weeks
  • Mid-term: one year or longer
  • Long-term: two or more years 
Special Requirements
  • Mid-term volunteers would need to have some background in teaching English as a Second Language.
  • Those who would come to serve long-term in this capacity need to have an ESL or TEFL certificate from a recognized program.
Ministry Description
  • Short to mid-term volunteers would be asked to step into opportunities of teaching English to both individuals and classes. They would be expected to develop their own lessons in an engaging manner that would help advance language learners of various levels. When working with kids, these lessons would need to be fun and interactive. The expectation is that they would actively be looking for opportunities to point to Jesus as they build relationships through teaching English.
  • Long-term workers would be asked to step into existing opportunities to teach English and to actively develop new opportunities. They would need to prepare relevant and engaging lessons that fit the individual or class (both their language level and their developmental level would need to be considered). Teaching English would be used to build relationships and to seek to expand the kingdom of God.
Training Provided

Long-term workers would be expected to study the Hungarian language once in country.

Quick Facts
  • Hungarian is a Finno-Ugric language and has 13 million speakers worldwide.
  • Hungarians begin learning a second language in elementary school, with English and German being the most common. Certain university programs require a competency in multiple foreign languages to graduate.

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