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Have fun and learn this summer with our two unique Prague camps! Paintball Camp – Perfect for both English and Czech native speakers, games, sports and activities will be hosted in both langauages both Czech and Egnlish teachersleaders to help and support kids. PLUS 3 times a week children will be taken to play PAINTBALL! All food is provided, transport escort AND guaranteed fun! 10 to 14 year olds. Our paintball camp is the perfect balance of both Czech and English so it’s great for Czech kids to hone their English skills and English speaking children to practise their Czech knowledge, all in a fun environment. English Activity Camp – Fun English activities, team games, Art, Yoga, British sports , Day trips , adventure walks, Team projects and fun fun fun! Our English camp is a great summer boost to children learning English in school and of course for English speaking children to meet new friends and enjoy this summer! All food provided, transport escort AND guaranteed fun! 7-14 year olds. Please visit www.milujenglish.cz/camps/
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Hello, We are Czech company located in Valašské Klobouky near by ZLÍN. We are looking for a English native speaker to have conversation with our sales managers doing international trade once a week for about 2 hours to improve their english. Will we have a chance to talk the way you do as a native speaker ? Wishing a nice day ! Vrady
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jt1984 posted information about chance for jobs for foreigners on the Czech Republic forum:
Hello everybody, perhaps a similar question exists but better to ask . Current I'm in Canada, but I plan to go back to Europe to be little close to my home country and if i found job here of course. What first interested me are my chances of getting a job and work permit in the Czech Republic. I am willing to obtain green card . I finished high school for tourism technician and I have a experience in the hospitality industry and working with children. I was wondering if I have a chance, and where to look for jobs in tourism, hospitality, catering or similar business. My Czech is on basic level, but I found a school in Prague that would attend to improve language. Thank you so much , Sincerely,
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LenSvo posted Native-speaker for preschool on the Czech Republic forum:
Hi ! I am looking for native-speaker (english language) for playschool in beautiful natural and mountainous area on the outskirts of Czech Republic (town Jesenik). Contract is for one year. Please, if you are interested or you know someone relevant, leave me an email : svoradovalenka@gmail.com Thank you
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Bilingual People will kick start 2014 with the CEE Multilingual Virtual Career Fair to take place ONLINE on 6th March. This event will be solely focused on the Central Eastern Europe region, giving the opportunity for candidates with language skills to engage with a large number of companies and interact with them from the comfort of their own home. If you are a bilingual or multilingual and you are interested in finding a great job in Central Eastern Europe that meets your skills this is a ‘must-see’ event!! Benefits of visiting the CEE Multilingual Career Fair: • The fair will have blue chip companies and recruitment agencies throughout CEE that are interested in recruiting people with language and industry skills. • Search through a wide range of positions across many industry specifications including Sales, Customer Service, IT, Tech Support, Accountancy/Finance, Marketing and many more • You will be able to have online live chats to leading employers as well as Recruitment Agencies whether it’s to ask a question or to discuss a wide range of employment opportunities. • Complete a career test where your skills will be best matched with the companies exhibiting to save time and energy whilst looking for a job • Leave your CV with HR professionals - It is essential that you have your CV up to date as you can leave your CV online as well as contact details with the HR Professionals on the exhibitor’s virtual stand. • Many companies will have advice on how to apply for their roles, information about the interview process and all other aspects, to help you find your perfect job on their virtual stand. • Download application forms if required, or watch video’s uploaded from recruiters The fair is online from 9am (CET) to 8pm (CET) on the 6th March 2014, so you can access the fair in the comfort of your own home at any time during this period without having to travel to a venue or another location. The CEE Multilingual Virtual Career Fair is completely free of charge however all candidates must pre-register before the event takes place. To avoid disappointment and delays, register for your pass to visit the virtual fair online today using the link below: http://www.virtualcareerdays.com/en/CEE We look forward to seeing your profile online! Bilingual People
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Jambobwana replied to the thread Looking for english speaking expats in Ostrava on the Czech Republic forum:
Martinskov initially posted:
Hi. We are a Danish family of four just moved to Ostrava. We are looking for a network.
Jambobwana replied most recently with:
Hi, I'm moving to Celadna,(near Frydek Mistek) with my wife and two children.. Did you find any English speakers yet?! My wife is Czech - my children speak Czech, I'm learning Czech but it would be good to get to know some English speakers..
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Violeta159 replied to the thread Moving to Prague on the Czech Republic forum:
KaticaBogar initially posted:
Greetings Expats! My husband might have an opportunity very quickly to move to Prague by the summer. I have many questions, please bare with me: Which district is best for families? Prague 2 or 6? International schools vs. local schools? Is there a good expat community? What is the average pay? Renting a house or apartment... are there better districts than others? I do not know where to start! Any information will be helpful. I have never been to Prague, and I am excited for this adventure. Thank you for your help! JCB
Violeta159 replied most recently with:
Dear JCB, nice that you are moving to Prague. It is such a lovely city. I can recommend you a lot of nice places to see, as I am living there for a few years already. About the accommodaiton, I can really advice you to start searching here: http://www.prague-rental-apartments.com/. They offer fully furnished cosy apartments right in the centre of Prague. In Prague 2. But if you are searching for family house or something, I would better recommend to move to Prague 6. It is not quite in the centre so it is much more quiet place for childern. Regards, Violeta
LenkaHalasova replied most recently with:
Hi, I have alreay helped couple of expats coming, settling down in Prague as my job si Personal Concierge. I would recommend the same, Prgaue 2 for younger, single people and Prague 6 for families. In case you need any help when coming, for example with authorities, finding apartement, etc...just contact me. My email is lenkahal@gmail.com
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Set posted Help - looking for an affordable room for rent in brno on the Czech Republic forum:
I am looking for an affordable room for rent in brno maria.suzette.c@gmail.com tel 420-608644295
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dth0126 replied to the thread Holiday Events & Expat Gatherings in Czech Republic on the Czech Republic forum:
adminee initially posted:
What are your favorite holiday events in your area of Czech Republic? Help other expats in search of some holiday cheer by sharing information on events that are open to the public or for expats. If you would like to plan your own gathering to celebrate the holidays with other members of Expat Exchange in your area, we encourage you to plan it here. You could meet up with others at your favorite restaurant, a local coffee shop, a bar -- anywhere that's public!
dth0126 replied most recently with:
I'm taking my sweetheart to Prague (my 3rd time her 1st) for Christmas this year. We'll attend a performance of Mozart's Don Giovanni at the National Marionette Theatre; attend Midnight Mass on the night of the 24th on Tyn Street on the Square; mail our Christmas cards to friends throughout our stay (12/23 - 12/27) and fall in love with the season there. Can hardly wait to arrive...
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