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2016 Winter special Scholarship

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Dear Applicant,

The Winter Special Scholarship is offered through based on availability.

InKAS will provide 70% percent of the tuition from the following universities:

Yeonsei University 

Sogang University 

Full Scholarship offered through InKAS 100%:

KyungHee University

Sookmyung University 

Korea University

Sangmyung University

Seoul National University 

Ehwa University

HanSeong University 

Inge University

If you prefer to attend a different university, please communicate with us and we will inquire the university/ institution regarding your enrollment. (Ex. JeonBuk University)

What about housing?

Applicants for the Winter Scholarship are offered free lodging at the InKAS guesthouse “Woorijip” throughout the duration of the program. (December 2016 - March 2017)

Application:

https://goo.gl/forms/y2uCtMCuGn1eqyH43


FALL SCHOLARSHIP

We are open Fall scholarship application till 8/18 midnight.

This is for Sookmyung and Ewha university 10weeks language class.

You can enjoy Korean class in beautiful season, FALL...


2016 Global Leadership Summit

“Global Leadership Summit - Expanding world views”

Application Deadline: July 15th, 2016

Are you a Korean adoptee living in Korea or visiting Korea in August, 2016? We invite Korean adoptees as invited panelists and participants to our 5-day leadership summit!

From August 8th to the 13th, InKAS is hosting a “Global Leadership Summit” for Korean university students invited from selected campuses nationwide. The purpose of this program is to provide an experience for young Koreans living in non-metropolitan cities of South Korea to obtain a globalized perspective of today’s world. InKAS is convinced that Korean adoptees, with his or her multicultural background, can be cultural advisors to the young minds of Korea. We encourage Korean adoptee panelists to participate in the “Global Leadership Summit.”

Specifically, InKAS invites 25 self-motivated and culturally enriched Korean adoptees who would enjoy presenting his or her observation of Korea. The program will consist of panel discussions, guest speakers and outdoor traveling actives. As part of the program, all participants will be subject to an identification clearance in order to participate in the "DMZ Underground Cave” tour. It is therefore crucial that all attendees apply 3 weeks in advance to August 8th, 2016.

To participate, InKAS asks you to submit a short paragraph discussing one of these topics:

Examine Korean society. What is your impression?

- Compare and contrast the greatest difference that you observed in the day to day interaction of Koreans in comparison to America/Europe/Australia. 
- Any topics of interest regarding our views of Korea that you would like to share during the summit.

Email contact@inkas.org to apply

**All expenses, except flight to Korea, is sponsored to selected candidates**


2016 Language Bound - Application Round 3

InKAS Language Bound: Korean Adoptee Instructors Working to Fill Korea’s Education Gap

InKAS Language Bound was created for the purpose of delivering high-quality English language instruction to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Contrary to their more affluent peers, many underprivileged children in Korea do not have the same access to quality English language teaching, creating an education gap dramatically impacting their future academic and economic prospects. By offering research-based, high-quality English instruction in partnership with parents, families and key stakeholders, InKAS Language Bound works to offset Korea’s educational social imbalance while creating job opportunities for international Korean adoptees returning to live and work in Korea.

 What Language Bound is looking for?

An experience greatly differing from existing private and public English supplemental education, Language Bound serves and acknowledges the whole child while employing continuous research and best practices to continuously improve education quality.

1.      Teachers with a passion for closing the educational achievement gap in Korea and the maturity requisite for overseeing students' personal and academic development.

2.      Committed, responsible professionals who are open to training, feedback and instructional growth through accountability.

3.      A no excuses attitude and the ability to remain calm under stress, along with the ability to employ tenderness and patience as needed.

4.      Experience in education with a base understanding of lesson planning and classroom management.

What are the benefits of working for Language Bound?

1) 700,000 KRW per month (taxes not included)

2) Continuous professional development and expert coaching

3) Priority acceptance for InKAS services

Qualifications:

-          Korean overseas adoptee

-          Proficient English Speaker

-          Ability to teach four hours per week (Tuesday and Thursday afternoons)

-         Willingness to be coached and engage in regular contact (~one hour/week) with coach is required, attendance at a monthly professional development seminar

-          Committed and dependable work attitude, in addition to traits described above

Required Documents:

-          Application (through inkas.org application portal)

-          Resume

-         Copy of University Transcript or Diploma (highest received level of education, unofficial transcripts are acceptable)

-          Sample Lesson Plan (see below)

Application Process

1) Application with Resume, Transcript/Diploma & Lesson Plan Submission → 2) Interview → 3) Training → 4) Classes Begin

*Sample Lesson Plan Instructions: Please write and attach a lesson plan for an English language instruction one hour class, appropriate for early elementary students (grades 1-3). The subject and instruction methods are to be determined by the applicant. You may also include any relevant activities or assessments to be used with the lesson.

Important Dates: 

Application Deadline - Monday, June 20, 2016 at midnight

Interviews (invitees only) - Next week

Teacher Training - Two full days, last week of June

Semester - September-December

* Prior to the beginning of each semester, an unpaid two-day training will be conducted (meals provided). Teachers are expected to actively participate in professional development sessions, and use skills learned in weekly lesson plans and instruction. More information will be provided.

In addition, prior to beginning work for InKAS Language Bound, and as a condition of employment, all instructors must complete or give evidence of a valid medical checkup as well as provide a copy of criminal history record (documents not required with initial application).

For questions and/or additional information, please contact languagebound@inkas.org


2016 Fall & Winter Scholarship

Now, 2016 Fall & Winter Scholarship application is opened.  Please review poster below and fill out application.


2016 Language Bound - Application Round 2

Event date: 2016-04-25

InKAS Language Bound: Korean Adoptee Instructors Working to Fill Korea’s Education Gap

InKAS Language Bound was created for the purpose of delivering high-quality English language instruction to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Contrary to their more affluent peers, many underprivileged children in Korea do not have the same access to quality English language teaching, creating an education gap dramatically impacting their future academic and economic prospects. By offering research-based, high-quality English instruction in partnership with parents, families and key stakeholders, InKAS Language Bound works to offset Korea’s educational social imbalance while creating job opportunities for international Korean adoptees returning to live and work in Korea.

 What Language Bound is looking for?

An experience greatly differing from existing private and public English supplemental education, Language Bound serves and acknowledges the whole child while employing continuous research and best practices to continuously improve education quality.

1.      Teachers with a passion for closing the educational achievement gap in Korea and the maturity requisite for overseeing students' personal and academic development.

2.      Committed, responsible professionals who are open to training, feedback and instructional growth through accountability.

3.      A no excuses attitude and the ability to remain calm under stress, along with the ability to employ tenderness and patience as needed.

4.      Experience in education with a base understanding of lesson planning and classroom management.

What are the benefits of working for Language Bound?

1) 700,000 KRW per month (taxes not included)

2) Continuous professional development and expert coaching

3) Priority acceptance for InKAS services

Qualifications:

-          Korean overseas adoptee

-          Proficient English Speaker

-          Ability to teach four hours per week (Tuesday and Thursday afternoons)

-         Willingness to be coached and engage in regular contact (~one hour/week) with coach is required, attendance at a monthly professional development seminar

-          Committed and dependable work attitude, in addition to traits described above

Required Documents:

-          Application (through inkas.org application portal)

-          Resume

-         Copy of University Transcript or Diploma (highest received level of education, unofficial transcripts are acceptable)

-          Sample Lesson Plan (see below)

Application Process

1) Application with Resume, Transcript/Diploma & Lesson Plan Submission → 2) Interview → 3) Training → 4) Classes Begin

*Sample Lesson Plan Instructions: Please write and attach a lesson plan for an English language instruction one hour class, appropriate for early elementary students (grades 1-3). The subject and instruction methods are to be determined by the applicant. You may also include any relevant activities or assessments to be used with the lesson.

Important Dates: 

Application Deadline - Tuesday, May 31st, 2016 at midnight

Interviews (invitees only) - Early-Mid June

Teacher Training - Two full days, last week of June

Semester - September-December

* Prior to the beginning of each semester, an unpaid two-day training will be conducted (meals provided). Teachers are expected to actively participate in professional development sessions, and use skills learned in weekly lesson plans and instruction. More information will be provided.

In addition, prior to beginning work for InKAS Language Bound, and as a condition of employment, all instructors must complete or give evidence of a valid medical checkup as well as provide a copy of criminal history record (documents not required with initial application).

For questions and/or additional information, please contact languagebound@inkas.org


2016 Language Bound

Event date: 2016-03-03

InKAS Language Bound: Korean Adoptee Instructors Working to Fill Korea’s Education Gap

InKAS Language Bound was created for the purpose of delivering high-quality English language instruction to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Contrary to their more affluent peers, many underprivileged children in Korea do not have the same access to quality English language teaching, creating an education gap dramatically impacting their future academic and economic prospects. By offering research-based, high-quality English instruction in partnership with parents, families and key stakeholders, InKAS Language Bound works to offset Korea’s educational social imbalance while creating job opportunities for international Korean adoptees returning to live and work in Korea.

 What Language Bound is looking for?

An experience greatly differing from existing private and public English supplemental education, Language Bound serves and acknowledges the whole child while employing continuous research and best practices to continuously improve education quality.

1.      Teachers with a passion for closing the educational achievement gap in Korea and the maturity requisite for overseeing children’s personal and academic development.

2.      Committed, responsible professionals who are open to training, feedback and instructional growth through accountability.

3.      A no excuses attitude and the ability to remain calm under stress, along with the ability to employ tenderness and patience as needed.

4.      Experience in education with a base understanding of lesson planning and classroom management.

What are the benefits of working for Language Bound?

1) 700,000 KRW per month (16 teaching hours)

2) Continuous professional development and expert coaching

3) Priority acceptance for InKAS services

Qualifications:

-          Korean overseas adoptee

-          Proficient English Speaker

-          Ability to teach four hours per week (schedule to be determined upon hiring)

-         Willingness to be coached and engage in regular contact (~one hour/week) with coach is required, attendance at a monthly professional development seminar

-          Committed and dependable work attitude, in addition to traits described in above description

Required Documents:

-          Application (through inkas.org application portal)

-          Resume

-         Copy of University Transcript or Diploma (highest received level of education, unofficial transcripts are acceptable)

-          Sample Lesson Plan (see below)

Application Process

1) Application with Resume, Transcript/Diploma & Lesson Plan Submission → 2) Interview → 3) Training → 4) Classes Begin

*Sample Lesson Plan Instructions: Please write and attach a lesson plan for an English language instruction one hour class, appropriate for early elementary students (grades 1-3). The subject and instruction methods are to be determined by the applicant. You may also include any relevant activities or assessments to be used with the lesson.

Important Dates: 

Application Deadline - March 13, 2016 at midnight

Interviews (invitees only) - March 15-16

Teacher Training - March 17-18

Semester - March 22-June 30 (English Camp in July), August 2-November 24 (English Camp in December)

* Prior to the beginning of each semester, an unpaid two-day training will be conducted (meals provided). Teachers are expected to actively participate in professional development sessions, and use skills learned in weekly lesson plans and instruction. More information will be provided.

In addition, prior to beginning work for InKAS Language Bound, and as a condition of employment, all instructors must complete or give evidence of a valid medical checkup as well as provide a copy of criminal history record (documents not required with initial application).

For questions and/or additional information, please contact languagebound@inkas.org


2016 Inkas Ski & Spa Trip

Event date: 2016-02-20

Click the button below to go into application page.

Register


2016 InKAS spring scholarship

Event date: 2016-01-27

Application Deadline

- For all universities: 24:00, February 10th(Korean time)

How to apply

- Fill out application form for 2016 InKAS Spring Scholarship offer ▷
Submit the completed form with all proper required documents

 (http://www.inkas.org/en/myservices/application/67/)

* Please read Application's Description carefully.


2016 InKAS Seolnal party

 

 If you want to register for the participation
 Pls click the 'Register' button below and fill in the application form
 Thanks

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