Emil Communication Co. is hosting 2005 Summer English Camps in Jeju, South Korea. Candidates must have a BA degree in English or a related field to obtain a C4 visa. An ESL certificate is preferred. But if you are a school teacher, the ESL certificate is not required. In addition, candidates with experience and specialties in music, theatre arts, art, sports, and camp experience as a counselor are preferred.

EBS (Education Broadcasting Station) English Camp

Sponsorship: Emil Communication Co.
Support: Korea education broadcasting construction work & Jeju Island
Management: National Institute for International Education Development
Place: Jeju Halla College
Lodging: Dormitories at Jeju Halla College
Day: Two-week camp (1st) July 25, 2005 - August 7, 2005 (198 students)
(2nd) August 8, 2005 - August 22, 2005 (108 students)
Four-week camp July 25, 2005 - August 22 (74 students)
Subjects: Elementary 2nd grade – Middle 3rd grade
The personnel of ESL counselor: Two-week camp (7)
Four-week camp – (15)*
(***: Nine out of fifteen counselors should take care of 1st and 2nd two-week camps)
Off-days: A half-day per week, a full day per two weeks
Salary: USD 500/week (Two-week camp), USD 600/week (Four-week camp)
The flight, dormitory (twin rooms), meals, and a processing fee of C-visa are also paid for the camp teachers.
Deadline for applications: April 30, 2005
Orientation: May 7, 2005

CBS (Christian Broadcasting Station) English ***
*Christian camp can be applied only for Christian and Atheist.

Sponsorship: Emil Communication Co. and CBS
Support: Jeju Island
Place: Jeju Halla College
Lodging: Dormitories at Jeju Halla College
Day : Two-week camp (1st) July 25, 2005 - August 7, 2005 (140 students)
(2nd) August 8, 2005 - August 22, 2005 (90 students)
Four-week camp July 25, 2005 - August 22 (40 students)
Subjects: Elementary 2nd grade – Middle 3rd grade
The personnel of ESL counselor: Two-week camp (4)
Four-week camp – (11)***
(***: Eight out of eleven counselors should take care of 1st and 2nd two-week camps)
Off-days: A half-day per week, a full day per two weeks
Salary: USD 500/week (Two-week camp), USD 600/week (Four-week camp)
The flight, dormitory (twin rooms), meals, and a processing fee of C-visa are also paid for the camp teachers.
Deadline for application: April 30, 2005
Orientation: May 7, 2005

This job is offered to students and school teachers in Tennessee. This is a good opportunity to interact with Korean students and to make another good career. The review process for the candidates will start immediately and remain open until the positions are filled. Interested persons should contact Mr. Bryan Hendrick with a resume. The more detailed camp information will be posted on <links removed, please add them to your profile only.>
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Hi johnii. I am interested in working for the EBS English camp which you advertised on EnglishForward. I have a great deal of English camp experience in Korea having worked for WILA (Websters International Language Academy) as Head teacher on two Summer and one Winter Camp at Halla College in Jeju and as an ESL Teacher for EasyI English Camps in Wonju and Anseung. I am an excellent taecher with a B.A, a Graduate Certificate in TESOL and a Masters Degree in Professional Studies TESOL. I live in Campbelltown, an outer subsurb of Sydney Australia and I am employed as the Senior Studies Supervisor at Saint Patrick's College. I am fit, entertaining, well travelled and I believe learning should be an enjoyable experience. I would be available for the four week camp beginning on July 15.
Thank you for asking me. I am one of recuiters in Tennessee, USA and hire only students who are in English department of the University of Tennessee and school teachers because I need an interview with the potential candidates. However, I will contact the main office in Korea, then will let you know if you are still eligiable or not. I will post another replying massage as soon as possible. Thanks again.
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Hi, dear!!
I checked this matter with the main office. You are not eligible for this camp at this point. All applicants should participate in an interview session and we are located in Knoxille, TN. That's why this positions are opend only for Tennessee residents. I need your understand.
Hi Johnii. My boyfriend and I are English teachers currenly living in Korea. We would love to have the opportunity to participate in your EBS summer camp. We are outgoing activate people who really enjoy kids. We would be available to participate in the two week or four week camp. We hope to hear from you! Thanks for your time! Kim Barclay and Richard Koller
Hi there,

My husband and I are graduate students at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. I am currently working on my Masters and Education Specialist Degree in Secondary Science Education. This is my second year in graduate school. I have worked as an informal after school science teacher for three years. In addition to being a student, I am also a substitute teacher. I have BS in Biology. My husband is a PhD student in Psychology which is also what his BS was in. He also has been teaching undergrads at the university in a Psychology class for 2 years. Both of us were born and raised in the US.

We both are interested in teaching for two weeks for the summer 2005 outside the US. Are we eligible candidates? What is the next step in this process? Is there a training session before the two weeks time period?
My e-mail is <contact details removed, please add them to your profile only.> if you able to answer my questions. Thank You.
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Hi Kimbarclay,

I couldn't answer your question at this point. I will contact the main office of Emil Co. Then I will let you know ASAP. Thank you for being interested.

John
Hi ddanie49,

First of all, I want to say "Thank you" for being interested in those camps. In my opinion, you guys are eligible for these camps. However, you need to contact the manager with resumes. The contact info was described in the invitation ad. Please contact Mr. Bryan Hendrick <contact details removed, please add them to your profile only.>. He will give you more detailed information. Actually, we are planing to do the next interview session at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville on April 30, 2005. I hope we will invite you guys. Then we will have an orientation with the president of Emil Co. on May 7, 2005 (tentative schedule). He will arrive in Knoxville from S. Korea for the orientation. If you have any questions regarding these camps, you will get the answer during the interview or the orientation. Good luck.

John
Hi Kimbarclay,
I contacted the manager in Knoxville and received a positive answer. So Please send your and your boyfriend's resumes (including current phone numer, your location in korea) to me <contact details removed, please add them to your profile only.>. Then I will give you a contact info and a further instruction. Thanks.
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