Recruit Native Interns: Teaching Assistants / Copywriting and Blogging Assistants
Connect with universities that offer native teaching assistant and copywriting students
Spain Internship helps students, universities, and companies to connect for excellent internship experiences across Europe in many different positions within various sectors. If you wish to host an intern, but are unsure about how to find a suitable candidate, we specialise in recruiting international native interns from many different universities to assist teachers in academies, schools, and other teaching institutions. We receive students from all over the world, both native English speakers (from the UK, America, Canada), and natives in many other European languages. If you are looking for this kind of candidate you can take a look at: http://www.spain-internship.com/en/companies/.
We also recruit graduates and young professionals. In case you are interested, you can directly book a meeting with our Sales Team using the tool on the bottom right-hand section of this page, or through this link: https://meetings.hubspot.com/rafael110
Most popular languages:
English (USA, UK, Canada) | French | Italian | German | Japanese | Chinese | Scandinavian Languages | Spanish
What kind of candidates are we recruiting?
At Spain Internship, we work with many educational institutions who require students to do an internship abroad as part of their studies. There are many different types of profiles we work with, including:
- Modern language students
- Education students
- Nursery teaching students
What type of tasks do the students do?
Depending on their training plan and education, students generally get involved with teaching activities such as conversation practice, preparing lessons, taking care of extra-curricular activities, or helping students with difficulties to improve their skills.
An internship programme can last between 3 to 12 months, with the standard periods being from: February - June | June - September | September - February.
The length of the internship may differ depending on the study programme. Normally, students have a minimum period of time for their internship which they are required to do as part of their studies, so we try to fit their needs to your requirements.
A student doing an internship can work up to 40 hours per week, depending on their study plan.
Spain Internship's mission and goal with our services is to connect students and companies, helping them to find each other, as well as supporting international relations departments in universities to organise an internship abroad for their students. We do not provide training agreements or internship contracts, and our candidates come from well-regarded centres of education. The official educational institutions provide the documentation, often from a European Mobility programme such as Erasmus, and have ECTS credits recognised. Our goal is to make sure that you as a company find a student who can support your team while they receive education and knowledge in a certain field.
Our team supports the company and the student during the whole recruitment process, matching ideal candidates with vacancies, and assisting with the relocation process.