Teaching English in Mexico How About the Northern States? Part 2

Here in part 2, we continue with opportunities for English language teaching in northern Mexico. Included in this group are the states of Torreón, Coahuila, Culiacan and Sinaloa. The next group of listings are:

Colegio Alemán

Calle Mar No. 675

Col. Torreón Residencial

Torreón, Coahuila 27240

Telephone: (871)720 – 4660

Fax: (871)720 – 4660

Contact person Carlos Noyola, Administrator

The ESL Program Coordinator position here has responsibilities which include: overseeing English curriculum of primary, junior high and high school, hiring of staff, supervising and evaluating staff, making up schedules, administering discipline, public relations, and event planning. Qualifications are: a bachelors in education, Masters in Education and a minimum of one year of previous experience. Your salary would be $ 1,362 US dollars per month (paid in Mexican pesos = 13,282) with $ 238 US dollars (2,323 pesos) paid for each month (you get that money in December and other part in June), plus a $ 1000 US dollars BONUS at the end of the school year for travel expenses. (paid in US dollars). There is an incentive bonus at the end of the school year of $ 1500 US dollars paid in US dollars.

English Unlimited

Valentin Gama No. 800

Colonia Jardin

San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi 78270

Telephone: 52 (4) 833-1277

Fax: 52 (4) 833-1277

Contact person: Mr. Michael Tan

English Unlimited is a language center located in San Luis Potosi. This is a colonial city, where walking through its streets, you will find historical museums, cultural houses and theaters. It has a very relaxed atmosphere, with families spending their “siestas” in the numerous plazas around the city. The center provides Basic English and Business English education. Our students are mostly professionals who work for international companies, and who are extremely enthusiastic to learn English.

Qualifications: You must be dynamic, energetic, sociable, and flexible to adapt to the different language and culture. You don’t need years of experience, but you must be able to handle teaching professionals, adolescents and children. It is a challenging job, but at the same time very rewarding. No experience is required.

Institute Colegio Ingles


COL. Rincón de la Hacienda

Torreon, Coahuila

Telephones: 52 (871) 720-6001 or 721-0742

FAX: 52 (871) 720-6301

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: http://www.teaching-jobs-torreon.com.mx/institute.htm

Contact: Patricia Medina or Rosario Villareal

Colegio Ingles Torreon is a private catholic institution that offers a bilingual program. In their Elementary Program, they deal with a Mexican teacher in each class who is in charge of the self contained Spanish program for two groups and a native English speaker teacher who teaches the English program and speaks only English during class time to the same two groups. Therefore their students have a Spanish teacher one half of the school day and an English teacher the other half. Elementary goes from grade 1 to grade 6. For photos of the school, requirements and complete contact details visit the school’s website listed above.

Colegio Americano de Torreon

Av. Mayran and Nogal S / N

Col. Torreon Jardin

Torreon 27200

Telephone: 713 – 5389

Fax: 717 – 3155

General website: http://www.cat.mx/

Teaching Opportunities Website: [http://www.cat.mx/teaching/teaching.html]

E-mail: [email protected]

The Colegio Americano de Torreon (C.A.T.) is a private, non-profit, independent, non-denominational, international day school providing a bilingual / bicultural education program to Mexican,U.S. and international students in grades pre-kindergarten through 12. Student enrollment is approximately 1,300 from Kinder I (three years of age) through Preparatory III (grade 12). Normal class sizes are approximately 25 students to one teacher. The student body is 97% Mexican, 2% U.S., and 1% other. The faculty has 94 teachers and 29 teaching assistants. The faculty is 54% Mexican, 34% U.S., 10% Canadian,and 2% represented by other nationalities. For an up-to-date listing of their current teacher requirements visit their Teaching Opportunities web page listed above.

Be sure to check out my other articles in the two continuing series: Teaching English in Mexico and Traveling in Mexico. If you would like more information, have questions or comments, the author can be e-mailed; see address below.