Find Clients Directly

We do the leg work of getting families on Xploreo so you can spend your time teaching and making money. No more classifieds, ever.


Teach on Your Schedule

You decide when you want to teach, if it’s your full-time or side gig. You set the parameters, we find the matches.


Make Money

Your time is valuable, earn money as a side job while already abroad or contact us about full-time opportunities to travel to China to teach

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How Is Xploreo Teaching Different?

We plan to offer the most comprehensive way for expats to teach English in China by directly finding families. We started Xploreo because we struggled to identify an easy way to hire language tutors and to get side English teaching jobs while overseas. The Beijinger just wasn’t cutting it.

That’s why we are committed to building a community where lovers of teaching language and locals in need of an English teacher can easily connect. We are here to make the intros, and then let you get down to the business of language teaching. It’s language learning on a global scale, made simple.

No more trying to get hired by a language school that hopes to make you into an expat work horse, or wasting time searching through international classifieds for potential clients.

Who is Xploreo Teaching Best For?

For all other Xploreo categories (volunteering, language learning, homestays and internships) we are going global. For teaching English, we are focused on China, for now. Therefore, a desire to teach English in China is important!

  • Students who want to a summer experience in China with more flexibility and a way to actually make more money than you spend while abroad
  • Independent travelers or retirees who want a way to travel to China and teach
  • Professionals who want to pick up conversational and cultural business language skills and etiquette
  • Ex-pats living and studying or working in China in search of local teaching side jobs that fit into their busy schedule

Do any of these sound like you? We thought you might speak the same language!