Reasons Why You Should Teach English at a Public School in Korea

This is not a post about why you should not teach at a private institute, called a hagwon in South Korea. This is an article about why you should consider teaching through the English Program in Korea (EPIK), the leading, government-sponsored organization in charge of placing Guest English Teachers (GETs) in public elementary, middle, and high schools throughout Korea.  Orientation and Training EPIK’s orientation is organized,...
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Mends Akenten
This is awesome and I am looking forward to be part as soon as I get the opportunity
Thursday, 02 April 2015 13:14
Chase Chisholm
Dear Mends Akenten, Thanks for taking time to comment. It really is a fantastic opportunity. I hope you get the chance soon, as ... Read More
Wednesday, 08 April 2015 07:10
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Hello Chase! I would be glad if you can walk me through the application process. I am eagerly waiting to join you in Korea to teac... Read More
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Teach in South Korea

South Korea is a fascinating country, which is known for technology, food, and culture. If you are looking for a break from your life, a new career, or a possible beginning job after graduation, consider teaching English in South Korea. South Korean schools and education centers pay well because the value on education is very high. Since you are a teacher, you would be able to have plenty of vacation time in which to travel around the countr...
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