Interested in teaching? How about online? Curious about cultural exchange opportunities? Perhaps make some extra money? How about doing all this while still on campus?

Join VIPKid at SMU on Nov 18 to learn more!

(and have some pizza!)

 VIPKid connects children in China with passionate educators for real-time one-to-one online English immersion learning.  Simply said, we allow teachers to change kids’ lives without uprooting their own.

A global education company, VIPKid’s mission is to inspire and empower every child for the future. Founded in 2013 and formally launched in 2014 after a year of piloting and curriculum development, we have become a market-leading education startup, with offices in both China and the US.

VIPKid teachers will be on the SMU campus on Nov 18 for an information session all about teaching online with VIPKid. Come learn more. Come with your questions.

Location:  101A Harold Simmons Hall, 6401 Airline Road, Southern Methodist University

Time and date: 3pm – 4pm, Sunday, Nov 18

Sign up: Spaces limited! SMU Community, please sign-up here by 14 November:




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