About the teachers of the project

Teachers

Seravina Tetiana

TKT, Cambridge invidgilator

Hey! I’m Tetiana and teaching is my vocation.
I’ve been teaching English to children and adults for over 15 years. I’ve also tried working as a preschool teacher, gave lessons of  German as well as singing, music and yoga classes.
I often find myself helping people at a crossroads of their lives.
Now I’ve come to working with teenagers as it’s one of the hardest periods of human life. I like seeing my students grow and change – both physically and academically. I get inspiration in supporting their personality growth.
By taking part in the “Hope – children of Ukraine” project I want to contribute to my country’s future.

Leontieva Olga

TEFL, University professor

My name is Olga and I have been teaching English in the university and online for more than 20 years. I love teaching to all age groups but working with young people is especially rewarding. So when I heard about this project which gives a chance to disadvantaged teenagers  from Ukraine to have a better command of English, I realized I am eager to join it.

Children are the future of our country and I am sure all the investments into their education and development are bound to yield good results.

Victoria

English Teacher with 20 Years of Experience

Hello! My name is Victoria. Teaching has always been my passion, and I can’t imagine being anything else. From my own life experiences, I know that English is not just a school subject. It’s a tool everyone should master, and it’s needed now, not later. It opens doors to the world. You will always feel secure, confident, and among friends if you know English. It’s spoken in every corner of the world. This is what I have been imparting to my students throughout my 20 years of teaching.

Alexandra

English Teacher 

My name is Alexandra. For over 10 years, I have been working with schoolchildren and preschoolers, and I know exactly how to teach them to speak English through play! I believe all lessons should be engaging, effective, and joyful. Smiles and a good mood in class lead to great results. Through diligent work in each lesson, we are taking steps toward making our dreams come true!

Anna

English Teacher

Hello! My name is Anya! I am happy to be a teacher because daily interactions with children, engaging with them, and believing that I can be helpful to them bring me immense satisfaction. I have been teaching for over 8 years. I love my job—expanding people’s horizons and revealing to students what they didn’t even know they had. I believe that every child is a multifaceted diamond. The best thing a teacher can do is help them shine brightly.

Would you like to join our teaching team?

Send your resume to the email address hope@gogukraine.org, noting in the subject of the letter “I want to become a teacher”

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