Hey! Here’s Part 1 of my new video for the “How To Teach English In Korea” slip of paper I picked out of The Box! Thank you. :)
How To Teach English In South Korea -
Part 1 of a DETAILED and pretty lengthy informational video of what you’ll need in terms of paperwork to start applying to get over here and teach ESL in South Korea.
In this video, I’m going to go over all the paperwork and the process, giving personal tips I learned through my own experience.
HUGE disclaimer before everyone starts disagreeing or anything: THIS IS FROM MY OWN PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AS AN ASIAN-AMERICAN APPLYING TO TEACH ESL. This is also from a U.S Citizen, so the process varies from country to country. Everyone goes about this process in their own way. You may not agree with some of the things I say, and that’s okay! That’s why this is a disclaimer!
I applied in 2013. So it’s been about a year. The process might have changed a little bit since then, so do your research and get yourself up to date, if my information begins to get outdated.
Here are the links to the websites that helped me IMMENSELY.
For a quick breakdown of SMOE/GEPIK/EPIK, each recruiting site will break it down in their own way.
Here’s one that I found: http://teachenglishinkorea.org/index….
The blog that helped me do all my paperwork:http://marshalljonesjr.com/paperwork-…
And for everything else, Dave’s ESL Cafe has all the answers:http://www.eslcafe.com/
I’ll be uploading Part 2 shortly, so just hang tight.
I hope all this information helps anyone looking to teach ESL in Korea.
Let me know if you have anymore questions and I’ll do my best to help!
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