A while back, I wrote a blog post on the various ways U.S. citizens can live and teach English legally in Spain. One of the programs I mentioned was Meddeas, an organization that works to place individuals in schools to work as Language Assistants. I was later contacted by Maria, who works in the Communication department at Meddeas, and I was asked if I would be interested in posting something on my blog about the application and selection process for Meddeas. What follows is a post that gives a detailed explanation of how the application and selection process works when applying to Meddeas, and includes tips on navigating the application and interview process. It originally appeared on the Meddeas blog and has been copied below upon request with permission. It was written by two current Meddeas participants, Rebecca Morton, a second year Language Assistant, and Natalie Dold, another current Meddeas participant.
If you have any interest in teaching English in Spain and are interested in the Meddeas program, I highly recommend giving this post a read. You can also view the official Meddeas website here, and the original post on the Meddeas blog, here.