- Hiring Process
- Online Application
- Visa Required Documents (E-2)
- Why ATC?
- Why Korea?
- Korean Hiring Preferences
- Types of Teaching Positions in Korea
- Job Hunting Tips(New)
- Visas for Korea
- Sample Video Clip(self-intro)
- Visa Procedure
- How to obtain an Expedited FBI Criminal Report (1-3 days)
- Phone Interview Tips(Sep.2012)
- How to obtain F4 visa (For Korean heritage only)
- F A Q (Updated 2011.11)
- TESOL Certification
- Teacher Housing - Details
- Visa Application Form (NEW Version 2011)
- Guideline to fill out Visa Application Form
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- 2012 GEPIK Application
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Job Hunting Tips
Typically, there are two ways of getting a teaching job in Korea. The first is to apply directly to the employer. The second is to apply through job consultants. Good recruiting companies usually have longer lists of job openings, and you are provided with information about the visa process, Korea, location information, school information and most importantly, it is free for the teachers to apply!
1) Sending an application
2) At the interview
*Phone Interviewing Do's and Don't
by Patrick Lee 2010-09-10
Here are the keys to successful job interviewing. Follow these simple rules and you should achieve success
*Do greet the interviewer(s) by title (Ms., Mr., Dr.) and last name if you are sure of the pronunciation. (If you're not sure, do ask your recruiter about the pronunciation before going into the interview. This is where you make your first impression.
*Do show that you have good class management skills
*Do avoid using poor language, slang, and pause words (such as "like," "uh," and "um").
*Do avoid controversial topics. Don't say anything negative about former employers, or supervisors.
Listen and be
honest! Listen carefully to the interviewer to see that they understand fully the message you are trying to send. If you do not know the answer to a question, tell the truth. If an interviewer asks about experience that you do not have, tell the truth, but quickly explain to them that you are looking for a chance to learn more about that subject.
Enjoy your interview and best luck to you guys !!
3) After interviews..
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