Category Archives: Teaching English

Teach in Korea – The Visa

All of the paperwork submitted to the school and the recruiter is for the purposes of obtaining one very important document: the work visa. In Korea as well as most other countries, travelers will need a visa if they plan … Continue reading

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Teach in Korea – Papers, Please.

For this week’s blog post I’m going to talk about all of the paperwork you will need to prepare if you want to teach English in Korea. Not only that, but I hope to impress the obvious lesson of keeping your … Continue reading

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Teach in Korea – The Interview.

Now that I’ve handed in all the required documentation to the recruitment team over at CIEE, it’s time for the interview process. For me, it happened in two main parts. The first was a preliminary interview where I talked with … Continue reading

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CUNY Diploma Blues – Part 2

This is the follow-up to last week’s post about my desire to teach in South Korea. If you missed it, you can read it here. Last week, I got into the details of all the hoops I had to jump … Continue reading

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CUNY Diploma Blues – Part 1

Back in the summer of 2012, just after I had wrapped up my sophomore year of classes at the College of Staten Island, I participated in a study abroad program. My destination was Spain, specifically a small beach town up … Continue reading

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