We are located in a small Siberian city not far from beautiful Altai mountains, lakes and rivers. We offer programs to both children and adults on Languages (English, German, Chinese), Fast Reading, Mind Mapping, EQ and many others. We would also like to offer other foreign languages like French and Spanish. Our city Biysk was founded by Peter the Great in 1709 and it has a long history. Our teachers are in a constant search of effective instruments on teaching and educating. And we want to share our findings and experience with teachers from other countries. So, if you are z teacher or a native speaker wishing to try your hand at teaching your language, you are more than welcome!
A small Siberian city is not Moscow, of course, but it gives more real picture of how life in Russia is. You'll go round the city, get acquainted with the life of Old Russia Merchants, architecture. Also we offer field trips to a resort city, a weekend in the mountains with Altai Museum visit (where a real mummy is kept). Those who want to learn Russian, we'll provide with Russian Language classes. You will also have an opportunity of taking part in our regular cultural events.
This project could involve children. For more information see our guidelines and tips here.
Teaching English, Spanish or French or working as an English Teacher assistant if you don't have any teaching experience. Spending extra curricular time with the students, conducting English Speaking Clubs
A furnished single-room apartment with all necessary equipment. Food is provided and also there is a kitchen where you can cook yourself.
Public transport is well developed in the city so you can use a bus or a tram to get to any place in the city. we'll provide you with at least two field trips and in your free time you could go to sports grounds, swimming pools, rent a bike, go skating or skiing if its winter time or just go for a walk with the friends you are sure to find here!
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week