On Friday, the EPIK program selected four agencies as official recruiters for the 2015 school year. Korvia Consulting is proud to apart of the four agencies selected. The results came after the program started accepting applications at the end of March, and held an official presentation panel for agencies on Thursday.
This marks the 7th year in a row that Korvia has been selected as an official partner of the EPIK program; making it the first recruiting agency in the program’s history to do so.
“It’s great to be working with EPIK again” said Stephen Hattersley, head of public relations at Korvia. “First and foremost though, we have to thank all of our wonderful teachers for their continued support. We could not have done it without them.”
EPIK announced earlier this month that they would lower the amount of agencies they would work with from 8 down to 3. The program finally settled on using 4 agencies for the 2015 school year at Thursday’s selection panel.
Among the list of the other recruiting agencies selected were Korean Horizons, Reach to Teach, and Canadian Connection. Korvia hopes that all the agencies together can continue to present qualified applicants to the EPIK program.
Korvia will begin accepting applications from candidates for the EPIK Fall 2015 intake immediately. Those that are interested can apply now via the Korvia Online Application at www.korvia.com.
What is the EPIK program?
EPIK (English Program in Korea) is a program designed to help improve the English abilities of students and teachers in South Korea. The program places native English teachers into public school all across the country. The program is operated by the National Institute for International Education (NIIED) and has been operating since 1995.
Korvia Consulting has been an official partner of the EPIK program since 2009, recruiting teachers from different English speaking countries to come teach English in Korea. To learn more about the EPIK program, please visit the Korvia EPIK program page.