Teach

Our hope is that our long-term teachers share our commitment to living out biblical principles and view their time with us as not only an opportunity to teach overseas, but also as an opportunity to serve and minister to others.

A Message from Our Teachers

Give a man a fish and he eats for a day.
Teach a man to fish and he eats for a lifetime.
But teach a woman to fish, and everyone eats for a lifetime.

~Ritu Sharma

LMI’s Leadership Center in Honduras is a two-year curriculum that includes English as a Second Language (ESL), Leadership, Community Development, Business Entrepreneurship, and a variety of other Liberal Arts Courses. We accept applications for all teaching positions on a rolling basis and hire our teachers for full-year contracts from July-June. We occasionally hire interns for 3-month positions as well, depending on their background and experience. 

Positions:  

ESL Teacher 
Business/Entrepreneurship Teacher
Leadership/Development Teacher
Communications Coordinator: Photo/Video/Text Journalist & Student Support

How to Apply

Your role as a teacher at The Leadership Center in the mountains outside of Comayagua, Honduras would be to facilitate opportunities for learning that will capitalize on the potential of each student in your classroom. A successful applicant for this position will have a professional career that reflects a commitment to building collaborative, productive, and respectful relationships among colleagues and community members. Candidates that hold degrees or have experience in business, ESL, education, and international community development will be looked upon favorably.

 

To apply for an open position, or to be added to our applicant pool for future openings, please fill out the application below and a representative from Leadership Mission International will contact you within 48 hours.

LMI Teacher Application


Please answer the following questions:

1. Why do you want to be a teacher at The Leadership Center in Honduras?

2. What qualities will you bring as a teacher and mentor to our students and to campus?