Teaching English in Korea

For interested students, the Korean government is sponsoring two English teaching programs. These are:

  1. The Teach and Learn in Korea (TaLK): Teaching English to elementary school students living in the rural areas. Any US citizen who has finished two years in college can apply.
  2. The English Program in Korea (EPIK): Teaching English in secondary school students. A bachelor’s degree is required.

Overview| TaLK | EPIK

Teach English, Live Abroad Event

The Wisconsin ESL Institute is hosting a “Teach English, Live Abroad” information session on Monday, March 27th from 4:00-5:00 pm at Union South. Explore what it takes to teach English abroad and how you can travel with an income. Understand what international employers are looking for and tips for finding job opportunities. Learn about obtaining a TEFL Certificate to make living abroad a reality. This event is presented by Hannah LeDuc & Jennifer Phillips, Wisconsin ESL Institute.

Impact Non Profit Job/internship

Impact is a non-profit project of leading advocacy organizations, including Environment America and USPIRG, that creates the grassroots action and power it takes to make an impact on issues that matter. They are hiring a team of organizers for a two-year program. Organizers are working in 25 states on campaigns to get the U.S. to 100 percent renewable energy, stop the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms, and reform elections to make voting more accessible. Sign up here to find out more.

Impact organizer Ethan Jacquart will be interviewing graduating seniors on campus from February 27th until March 3rd, in advance of the March 4th priority application deadline. Apply here.

Impact also has internships for underclassmen. Undergraduates can apply here.