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March 10, 2014

EPIK is recruiting Korean native speakers for fall 2014 teaching assistant positions

By The Korea Times Los Angeles staff

The English Program in Korea (EPIK) is recruiting Korean native speakers for its fall 2014 teaching assistant positions.

The National Institute for International Education, under the supervision of the Korean Ministry of Education, provides public elementary, middle school and high school education to foreigners from English-speaking countries through EPIK.

To qualify, individuals must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents who have obtained a bachelor’s degree from an American university. In addition, interested permanent residents must have received an English education from a minimum of seventh grade onward.

Contracts will last one year with a chance of extension. Benefits include salaries ranging from $1,500 to $2,700 per month, flight tickets, housing, health insurance and paid vacation time. The application period may close early in May.

Request applications at epikapplication@gmail.com or visit http://epik.go.kr for more information.