With full benefits of round-trip airfare, accommodation, field trips, and monthly stipend, you are invited by the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to teach after-school English classes 15 hours per week at Korean public elementary schools in rural areas.

Eligibility for TALK program (at least six months or one year)
• Junior or Senior undergraduate students or anyone who has 2 year college education
• Citizen or permanent resident from one of the seven designated countries where the primary language is English
• Additional benefit for U of I students: up to 15 credit course hours per semester (online courses from Fall, 2011)

Eligibility for EPIC program (at least one year)
• Bachelor’s degree in any major
• Citizen or permanent resident from one of the seven designated countries where the primary language is English
• Additional benefit for U of I graduate students: up to 12 credit course hours per semester (online courses from Fall, 2011)

Information Session (April 22 for fall placement starting September, 2011)
• Program introduction
• Eligibility & Remuneration
• Required Documents & Placements
• Benefits & Duties
• Application Process for EPIK
• Q&As

Time: Friday, April 22, 2011 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Place: Room 1049 Business Instructional Facility

(515 East Gregory Drive Champaign, IL 61820)

Any Other Questions
Ask Sean, local agent of Epik/Talk at epiktalk@gmail.com
*October information session will be announced early fall semester for spring placement starting March, 2012

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