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The city of Madison in Wisconsin, USA, is blessed with extraordinary natural landscapes. The area around the city is the traditional home of the Native American Ho Chunk tribe who lived in this sacred land surrounded by four lakes, Lake Mendota, Lake Monona, Lake Kegonsa, and Lake Waubesa. When the first American settlers came to the area they built their homes and named the city after former US President James Madison. Many travellers from around the united states and across the globe come here to visit a variety of attractions, including Monona Terrace, First Unitarian Society Meetinghouse, and Memorial Union. As you can see, Madison is the perfect combination of nature and history that makes for a great place to take your TEFL/TESOL course.
Madison has a long history that begins in 1848, when Wisconsin became part of the USA. The city of 620 people soon began to grow once the University of Wisconsin opened, and the population grew even more after the connection to the east through the national railroad network. By 1856, Madison’s population had increased more than 10-fold to over 6,800 people. Later, a great wave of immigration reached the city with thousands of Germans, Irish and Norwegians setting up home in the area. Still today, Madison is a diverse city and a leading hub for education.
The lakes surrounding Madison cover an area of over 23 square miles and give the city a unique flair. With so much water around, the people of Madison love indulging in a wide variety of water sport activities. The lakes are perfect for water skiing, swimming and fishing, as well as relaxing, waterfront dining. However, you don’t need to get wet to take advantage of Madison’s natural attractions. 200 miles of premier biking and hiking trails make Madison the perfect destination for a summer vacation or simply a weekend getaway during all seasons. If you are looking for something less adventurous, why not sample the local entertainment scene? The Forward Theater Company has the best productions in town and the Overture Center for the Arts attracts people from near and far to take a glimpse at the many beautiful works by international artists. Also, don’t miss the Museum Mile, stretching from the Capitol all the way to the campuses of the University of Wisconsin.
The teacher trainers at our center are experienced ESL teachers who will guide you towards your goal of becoming a qualified teacher. They provide helpful feedback and make sure you learn all the things you need to succeed in the classroom. Upon completion of the course, you will be the proud owner of an internationally recognized TEFL/TESOL qualification that enables you to start an exciting career teaching English abroad. Our teacher trainers will also provide job-hunting assistance to help you find a suitable position. Come to Madison and take the first step towards your global teaching career.