Wyoming Company Seeks 200 Teachers In South Dakota Expansion

A Wyoming company that hires certified teachers to give English lessons overseas through video conferencing technology said it plans to hire 50 teachers in Spearfish, 120 in Rapid City and 30 in Winner.

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development announced this week that it recruited Eleutian Technology with up to $450,000 in state grants. Company vice president David Baker said teachers can work part-time and earn $11 to $13 an hour. The agreement to get the state grants requires Eleutian to offer teachers at least 25 hours of work per week and benefits.

The company trains teachers to use its platform and curriculum, and then lets them set their own hours and teach the English classes from home or from an Eleutian center.,112971

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