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#434451 03/30/12 11:31 AM
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I am very interested in teaching or working at a school in San Pedro. Since I do not currently live there, I am trying to figure out how to go about the application process and how to contact the schools to give my current information to them. I would greatly appreciate any information or suggestions that could help me further this process. Even a just a list of schools to contact would be great!

ackenned #434452 03/30/12 11:32 AM
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The best way to get this information would be to call the education department on 226 4742.


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ackenned #434454 03/30/12 11:53 AM
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Thank you so much! Would you happen to know I could contact that office through e-mail?

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ackenned #434457 03/30/12 01:17 PM
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You can send lots of e-mails to government offices but you will rarely if ever receive a reply. The workers have limited access to computers for e-mail, and they usually have a lot of demands on their time so the personal touch is the best approach.
If you are serious about this inquiry, place a call.
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ackenned #434461 03/30/12 02:56 PM
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Are you planning on living off your wages as a teacher here? If so you are in for a big suprise as teachers make very little. If you want to volunteer teach that is an option to consider but still requires a work permit.

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Okay thanks so much! I will place a call!

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You may want to contact the Island Academy as well: Island Academy Information

ackenned #434649 04/02/12 12:35 PM
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Wouldn't this fall into the catagory of jobs that can be filled by Belizans, thus not eligible by others?

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No it does not, there are many volunteer teachers as well as a few paid ones that I know of.

ackenned #434721 04/03/12 10:36 AM
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Ok, I was told by a women I met on AC a few years back (a retired teacher) that, that was the case.

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