Be an intern abroad
Although most students choose to pursue the 15 month intensive MA track, students who want additional teaching experience before they graduate can stay in the program a little longer to take advantage of internships abroad.
Currently, LTS has an internship agreement with Toyko International University, where students can work with English learners in various ways. TIU also is a great place for budding EFL teachers to teach after graduation.
Other institutions abroad are also interested in welcoming interns in K-16 contexts. These can be arranged on an individual basis and are usually partially funded by the host institution. Internships in East Asian contexts can also be supported by funding through the Freeman Fellowship at the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies at UO.