Many people start the teaching process on their own and while I commend you, I also think that going through a recuiter can save you time and a future headache. The recruiter I am going to talk about is Korvia, and as they are the only one I have contact with, they are the only recruiter I can give accurate information on. That being said … Continue reading The Recruiter
So you want to teach in Korea? Well there are several things to take into considerations~ One of the most important things to understand is that if your major is not an approved one, such as Linguistics, you will need to obtain a TESOL/TEFL certificate in order to teach. You can get such a certificate through the American TESOL institute, as I did for mine, … Continue reading Stage 1- Getting it together
Having titled my first post “The Leap”, I found myself stuck in the awkward and scary phase after that metaphorical jump. I have no idea where these next 5 months of preparation will take me as I transition from a college student to a full time working adult and being new to blogging, closer to word vomit on a page if you ask me, I … Continue reading Down the Rabbit Hole?
When I was 15 years old I began to experiment with music in the hopes of growing into my own tastes and relinquishing that of my parents. Little did I know, I would begin a journey that would bring me to where I am today. Prelude complete. I have always been in love with Korean culture from the moment I heard my first Kpop song … Continue reading The Leap