Thursday, 23 August 2007

Teach English in Korea!

If you are interested in teaching English in South Korea and posses a valid passport from United States or Canada...then read on.

Qualifications

  1. Fluency in the English language
  2. Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited University
  3. A valid Passport from the United States or Canada
  4. A desire for adventure and an open mind
Benefits
  1. US$3,000 - US$5,000 per month
  2. Airfare, housing, relocation incentives
  3. Professional and international experience
  4. Opportunity for career advancement
  5. Free training and free Korean classes
For more information go to www.teachinkorea.com

3 Comments:

Liz said...

How come open to only Americans and Canadians? My English is quite good too.

Oh then again, they wouldn't want to be speaking Manglish right?

Afterds can write well but then speak like a Malaysian like that.

They all want the American accent one, and not like how we talk.

rooster said...

Haha, I have a thought, but I don't want to start some flaming.

Oh.

What the heck.

It would be like eating asam laksa in a steak house.

Orchid said...

Yeah i guess that rules us out. :-(

 

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