Posts Tagged EPIK

Saying Goodbyes – Goodbye Korea!

Saying Goodbyes - Goodbye Korea!

Saying goodbye is always hard. How do say goodbye to people you know you will never see again? You say good-bye and hope that you do see them again soon.

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Last Week of School Experiences in Korea

Last Week of School Experiences in Korea

Guest post by Willynn Thompson – The 2016-2017 school year came to an official close in February, when I had my last week of school experiences in Korea.

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EPIK Orientation Spring 2017 – Reach To Teach Teachers in South Korea

EPIK Orientation Spring 2017 - Reach To Teach Teachers in South Korea

We would like to welcome our new Reach To Teach teachers in South Korea for EPIK Orientation Spring 2017. Thank you for choosing to work with us!

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Welcome to our EPIK and SMOE Teachers – August 2015 EPIK Orientation

Welcome to our EPIK and SMOE Teachers - August 2015 EPIK Orientation

Reach To Teach would like to welcome all of our EPIK and SMOE teachers to South Korea for the August 2015 Orientation! Learn about our EPIK arrival process for teachers.

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Welcome to Our February 2015 EPIK Arrivals

Welcome to Our February 2015 EPIK Arrivals

Meeting the teachers before they head off to orientation for the February 2015 EPIK session is the final step before the adventure begins!

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RTT Interviews Raymond Revnyak, a Reach To Teach Teacher in South Korea

RTT Interviews Raymond Revnyak, a Reach To Teach Teacher in South Korea

An interview with a Reach to Teach teacher in South Korea. Raymond Revnyak joined the EPIK program in August 2011.

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TEFL Q&A: Do I Need a TEFL to Teach with EPIK in South Korea?

TEFL Q&A: Do I Need a TEFL to Teach with EPIK in South Korea?
Flickr Photo by cdnsue For the past two decades, South Korea has been one of the top destinations in the world for ESL teachers. In addition to offering one of the highest salaries in the business, schools in South Korea offer free housing, free flights, and insurance benefits, among other perks. Over the past year, Asian ESL destinations such as Taiwan and China have been moving towards making a TEFL certification mandatory in their hiring practices. A large number of schools in Taiwan these days are looking for teachers with experience and/or a TEFL certification. Meanwhile, the Chinese government has cracked down on requirements for teachers bound for first-tier cities like Shanghai and Beijing by requesting that teachers be 24 years of age, have a TEFL certification and two years of experience post-graduation, one of which must be formal teaching experience. While it is still possible to find employment in Shanghai and Beijing, it’s likely that teachers that do not meet these requirements are not teaching on a proper working Z visa. This fall, the Korean government made some major changes to their EPIK program, a program that hires ESL teachers for Korean public schools across the country. Teachers with [...]Read More

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