WorldEd Affiliated Mentor
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Individualized learning for all kinds of minds, removing boundaries that keep students from reaching their true potential
WorldEd School is an international teaching institution from Preschool to High School. We offer schools around the globe our academic partnership program, providing students with access to the curriculum of international schools, and consequently, an American High School diploma.
WAM Certified Mentor
WorldEd Affiliated Mentor is an innovative business model available for English teachers who wish to expand their range of work opportunities.
WorldEd provides the possibility for English teachers to work in education as a specialized Independent Mentor.
Once trained, the teacher becomes a WorldEd Affiliated Mentor (WAM) and then will be able to offer their students an official personalized and accredited international program.
What is it?
The teacher applies to become a WorldEd Affiliated MENTOR. After the application is approved, the English teacher completes 4 hours of initial training to be allowed to start classes. Within 10 months the mentor has to accomplish other requirements to receive his/her final WAM Certification.
How it works?
WAM - Benefits
Student - Benefits
A WorldEd Affiliated Mentor (WAM) will support students from kindergarten through high school, preparing them with a global education.
PK - 8 School
High School Dual Diploma
WAM in Practice
Manage Your Schedule as you comply with WED Policies;
Offer an adaptable Bilingual and International Program;
Compete with the International Schools and Bilingual schools in your area with more flexibility for students;
Choose the style of program you want to work with;
Create same grade/class group classes;
Scale Up as your time and schedule permits;
Manage the business side of your teaching with support from WED;
Make Your Own Schedule to meet your needs
Set your OWN prices.
WAM Ideal Students
Students without access to international education;
Students looking to enhance their English;
Students looking for a differential to apply to International Opportunities;
Students looking for a flexible academic extracurricular activity of 1h30-3h a week;
Students willing to be prepared to the 21st-century workforce through mobility and global awareness.