Hey everybody, thanks for reading. I'm one week away from compeleting my 100 hour TEFL certificate. I'm one year exactly from completing my Bachelor's degree in English. I'm American. I have no teaching experience other than the tutoring and conversation partners that I've helped through the course. I'm desperately set on going to Italy next year and to gain some experience I'm thinking about starting off at an Italian summer camp for kids. But I want more than that. I want to stay for several months in Italy while teaching in one way or another whether it's through private schools or tutoring. I've heard that it's nearly impossible for Americans to get hired in Italy however due to the issue with EU passports. But is that completely true for the entire country of Italy, or is that just for the major cities? I don't necessarily want to teach in the major cities-just as long as I'm in Italy I'll be happy.
I'm also having a really hard time looking for employers-maybe it's just because it's the internet and the internet can be very limited internationally.
Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated!