Hallo | Speak English with Natives

Course Teacher

Part time | Multiple locations

Minimum Qualifications

  1. Teaching experience: At least two years of experience in teaching or tutoring English
  2. Meet one of the following criteria: A bachelor’s degree in any major related to English or a TEFL/TESOL certification from a trusted organization such as TESOL and Bridge
  3. Reliable technology: Desktop/Laptop and a smartphone/tablet
  4. A high-speed internet connection of ≥ 25 Mb/s (Check your connection here)
  5. Committed to teach at least 2 Hallo Courses per month (4+ one-hour classes per week)

Preferred Qualifications

  • ESL/EFL Teaching experience.
  • Social media teaching experience. 
  • Online teaching experience. 

About The Job

For Hallo Courses, we have a rigorous onboarding process to make sure you can provide our students with quality lessons and feedback. If we feel you are a good fit for Hallo Courses, we will invite you to move forward with your application. In one of the next steps, we will give you a lesson plan to use and ask you to teach a 60 minute demo lesson on Hallo.

Criteria for Evaluating Potential Course Teachers

  • Ability to give and receive positive and constructive feedback
  • Adaptability in and outside of the digital classroom
  • Cultural understanding and emotional intelligence
  • Teaching clarity and effectiveness
  • Student Reviews and Feedback
  • Time management skills
  • Professionalism
  • Creativity

We may ask applicants to complete multiple interviews and trainings before they are accepted as an official Hallo course teacher. Once accepted, course teachers can set their schedules and students can start to sign up to take Hallo courses with them. 

How do course teachers make money through Hallo?

Accepted course teachers can teach Hallo Courses that integrate vetted curriculum, digital homework for students, both written and AI-speaking assessments, specific learning objectives based on global standards of English, and opportunities for students to earn certifications. Course teachers teach 8 one-hour classes per monthly course and can make up to $30/hr with a group of up to 4 students per class. Teachers are required to spend 30 minutes per one-hour teaching to prepare for their class, review students’ homework, and provide specific feedback. The preparation time is also compensated by Hallo at the same hourly rate (up to $30/hr). Some of the benefits are as follows: 

Teachers will be able to make:

  • 4 students: $30/hr 
  • 3 students: $22.25/hr 
  • 2 students: $15/hr 

Course benefits for students:

  • 8 one-hour live classes with teacher 
  • 8 half-hour group speaking practice with 2-3 other students 
  • Learn from a certified, trained English teacher 
  • Learn through vetted curriculum, homework, quizzes, and online activities 
  • Take a state-of-the-art AI proficiency test; earn a score based on global standards and a certificate
  • Receive personalized, constructive feedback from your teacher and the AI-speaking proficiency test
  • Receive access to all 8 classes in your course with the ability to download and watch them offline 
  • Interact with classmates and your teacher in a private group chat 
  • Earn a Hallo English Proficiency Certificate

Just like live classes and private lessons, course teachers need to find students that sign up to be able to start making money. However, Hallo will also help promote Course Teachers and provide special incentives to encourage students to sign up. In general, successful teachers on Hallo and similar platforms tend to be present and share their content on social platforms which in turn leads to more business opportunities. We encourage all our teachers to be “teacherpreneurs”.

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Suggested Topics for Products & Technology


  1. Showcasing Incredible Apps to Learn Foreign Languages
  2. Comparing & contrasting different foreign language apps based on functions
  3. How to Become Bilingual: Stories & Best Practices
  4. How to Become Multilingual: Stories & Best Practices
  5. Deciding on a language career outside of the industry
  6. Teaching Free English for Service online
  7. How to experience life abroad – at home
  8. Barriers to integrating technology in the classroom & how to overcome
  9. Free resources for teachers now teaching online due to COVID
  10. Integrating education technology in K-12 schools
  11. Integrating education technology in university & graduate programs
  12. Most Innovative Language Technology and Products when you don’t know the language
  13. Building community on a language learning app (as a business)
  14. Building community on a language learning app (as an influencer/teacher)
  15. How to host an online event (InEvent present)

Suggested Topics for Research


  1. The Pros and Cons of Online Learning
  2. The Pros and Cons of In-Class learning
  3. The relationship between technology and success in the classroom 
  4. How has the language learning industry changed throughout history
  5. Current growth trends in the education technology industry
  6. Current growth trends in the classic institutional education industry
  7. Presentation of 3 top TESOL Student Theses
  8. Discussion: Biggest flaws & opportunities in the language learning industry
  9. Discussion: Ways to improve classic educational system
  10. Comparing language learning programs & outcomes around the world
  11. International wealth & quality of life outcomes based on ESL acquisition
  12. Best careers in the language learning industry based on growth and salary
  13. Discussion: Which language learning educational systems need the most help & how to help
  14. In-Conference Research: Best methods for learning languages. Polling & Discussion
  15. Case study: reshaping policies in the institution to improve learning
  16. Language learning outcomes based on age
  17. Understanding and overcoming misconceptions about the difficulties of language learning
  18. Best curriculums based on short and long-term outcomes

Suggested Topics for Professional Development


  1. Linguistic Major Career Paths – Panel and Q&A
  2. Hallo Teaching Demonstration
  3. Hallo Teaching Practice
  4. Linguistic Major Career Paths – Presented by Professionals in their fields
  5. Linguistic Major Career Paths – Panel and Q&A
  6. Getting certified as an ESL Teacher (how to)
  7. Transitioning careers as a professional in the language learning industry
  8. Improving communication in your University Department
  9. Internship Opportunities & Tips for Finding a Student Internship 
  10. Find Your Students Internships
  11. Incorporating language learning apps into your curriculum
  12. Inside look at the life of Language Interpreters
  13. Inside look at the life of Forensic Linguists
  14. Inside look at the life of ASL Translators
  15. Inside look at the life of Computational linguists in the tech industry
  16. Inside look at the life of Speech Language Pathologists
  17. Inside look at the life of Content Developers
  18. Inside look at the life of International Business Workers
  19. Inside look at the life of Language Professors
  20. Interview Skills & What Interviewers Are Looking For – Panel
  21. Interview Skills & What Interviewers Are Looking For – Demonstrations & Practice
  22. How to Create the Best Resume
  23. Pros and Cons to getting certified online
  24. Developing personal brand (as a teacher, influencer, student, etc.)
  25. Tips for choosing a career
  26. How to transition to online teaching

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