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How to Afford Your Summer in Italy

Where: Sanremo, Italy
April 8, 2008 at 4:00 PM | by | ()

So your chances of escaping your cubicle for Europe this summer are plummeting faster than the dollar-euro exchange rate. If getting paid in dollars isn't cutting it anymore, maybe it's time for a working holiday.

As luck may have it, the ACLE Teach in Italy Program is happy to throw you some euros. On top of a weekly paycheck, they'll ship you around the country this summer.

But what's the catch?

All you've gotta do is teach kids English. You won't have to shack up in a boring classroom, either, as all instruction is fun and active--and usually outdoors. Bonus: You don't need to have previous teaching experience and you don't even need to know Italian, as classes are full-on English immersion.

The program just upped wages to €220-240 per week, depending on your experience. ACLE is taking applications now, and with some budgeting, you'll make enough bank to actually afford that European vacation this summer.

Related Stories:
· ACLE [Official Site]
· Working Holidays coverage [Jaunted]

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