Austin, TX, October 06, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- SPI High School Study Abroad has just released a new program for high school language teachers interested in traveling with their students, which now offers even more benefits and rewards.
Offering travel and study abroad opportunities is found to be an important role for a foreign language educator, but sometimes high school teachers say it seems like too much extra work to coordinate a program. SPI High School Study Abroad has designed a new teacher traveler benefits program that eliminates the extra work for teachers, streamlines the recruitment process, and provides students as well as teachers with an even more rewarding experience.
“We wanted to provide teachers with the opportunity to not only enhance their students’ education, but also provide the teachers with an enriching and cultural travel experience abroad as well,” says Celeste Weary, Director of Teacher Relations, “We have worked hard to create a program that will now incorporate both. By traveling with 8 students, teachers now get benefits such as free travel, stipends, and flexible housing options. Not to mention the fact that teachers no longer have to worry about any of the coordination hassle or even teaching while abroad!”
When traveling with SPI Study Abroad, everything is taken care of by the SPI on-site directors. They offer 24 hour support, and coordinate all housing, travel, classes, excursions, and activities. The new SPI Study Abroad website contains all the required documents and forms so everything is easily done online.
The process for the teachers to get started is easy, with three simple steps. The first of which is simply for the teachers to choose which program they want to promote and travel on. Teachers can visit spiabroad.com to browse through the many programs offered and decide which one best fits their group’s interests and academic needs.
Three easy steps for traveling with SPI:
· Step 1 – Select Your Program & Register
· Step 2 – Program Promotion & Student Enrollment
· Step 3 – Orientation & Pre-Departure Training
Even teachers who choose not to travel with their students, but still send their students abroad can earn rewards such as cash and free airline tickets. High School teachers should also visit the website soon and check out the new SPI TravelPlus Loyalty Program for full disclosure of benefits and rewards. SPI’s new Teacher Rewards Program is truly worth pursuing for any teacher interested in providing his or her students with the best educational opportunities, but without the stress.
About SPI Study Abroad
SPI High School Study Abroad offers high quality Spanish, French, and Italian language and culture immersion summer programs exclusively for high school students since 1996.