Lamon Chapman has so many strings to his bow. A talented musician with a Latin GRAMMY nomination, he also teaches English as a second language. Drawing on his work experience in Colombia, he suggests potential job seekers notarize their CVs and resumes. Lamon is also an entrepeneur. He loves coming up with new business ideas.
Our readers have dreams abroad. That is one of the main motivations they have for visiting our site, to discover how to realize these aspirations. We aim to provide inspirational advice for anybody contemplating a new life overseas, as they follow in the footsteps of our members and associates. Lamon is somebody to look up to. He’s seen and done so many things, so much so that he is in an excellent position to offer advice.
After relocating to Medellín to study Spanish at the Universidad EAFIT, Lamon fell head over heels for the city and the country. He is a big champion of Colombia and has recommended exploring everything this beautiful destination has to offer to friends and family. Lamon is enamoured by the climate, lapping up the subtropical rays after growing up with the Mediterranean weather of Los Angeles. He has made a new life for himself in South America. Who’s to say you can’t do the same?
Colombia allows Lamon to continue with his music via PRIMEROS 5 ENTERTAINMENT. Señor Chapman and four amigos have taken it upon themselves to revolutionize Colombia’s musical events scene. Lamon has also taught in Medellin, first at a religious bilingual school and later at a university. Teaching is a great way to travel the world. You can use it as a passport for overseas adventures.
English is a gateway in Colombia, as well as in other countries. For students, it is a way of securing a better education and employment options in future. For teachers, it is a path to a guaranteed income. A career in education offers stability. You know where you are and where you can go.