- 1It's very simple! Send your updated resume and recent photo(s) to email@example.com.
- 2Resume: Your resume should include as many details about your teaching experience as possible. Even if you don't have any formal teaching experience, anything details that relate to teaching, such as training employees, tutoring, working with children, and so on, all count.
Recent Photo(s): Your photos are very important to Korean employers because this is the very first impression they will get about you. Send nice smiling headshot photos of yourself that represent how youwould look if one were actually going in for a job interview. Your photos are just as important as your resume.
Once you apply, we will contact you for in-person, skype, or phone interview request depending on your location, so that we can get the appropriate information to apply to the schools that best match your preferences.
Interviews usually last from 15-30 minutes. Most questions revolve around your teaching experiences and a few situational questions such as what you would do if a student misbehaves multiple times during class , What are most important during interviews is your overall attitude, personality, and level of passion for teaching. Once interviews have been completed, the employer will most always inform us of their decision within a day or two, and we in turn inform you of the results immediately.
- 2Sign the Contract:
Our staff members review all contracts prior to sending them to ensure that they include all the mandatory benefits by law and what was initially agreed upon during the interview by both parties. Then, we send the contract to the teacher who must sign it and send it back to us, along with a scan of the signed page. When this has been completed, your work visa process will begin.