benefits of teaching english in korea: medical benefits. elissa believed they paid universal. wasn't sure if it actually came out of her paycheck. 2 weeks vacay + Korean holidays (how many are there? looks like 11) routine schedule, 8/9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. paid apartment. make sure you negotiate an oven and a washing machine … Continue reading elissa’s esl advice
corporate... amy wall is a strong woman. she gave me some good contacts to follow up with. leadership development and career and life coaching may be two fits for my skills and passions. these people seem to come from all different backgrounds--education, hr, psych robin miller was so helpful too. she is a tiny woman … Continue reading networking update
thanks pom for posting this kids are sledding outside. i'm going to go visit the neighbors' kids, if this sleet lets up... the girls survived the night and will live to lay another day.
nog run was fun tonight. we ran 5 in 8:07mm. i ran with a 29-year-old who was training for his first marathon. things to do before he turned 30. i remember that year. (time warner is the devil. cable bill went up $10 again this month. hello dsl.) quick update-- happy to report every person … Continue reading update on interviews
i am looking forward to having a beer with elissa this friday and picking her brain on all things teaching english in korea. wonder what it says that i've made minimal effort info-gathering on the HR front. running list of questions about tesol korea: what cert did you get? where did you teach? pay rate? … Continue reading Korean questions
running list of questions for informational interviews... where does career counseling live in this company? does it live here? how did you get started, what was your career path like? what are the most important skills, qualities for HR/training & development? what activities involved in corporate comm/HR/training & development what growth what degree(s) most beneficial? … Continue reading corporate questions
october 25, 2009 after 9 years of marriage
well, did a little research this weekend on the TESOL tip. learned that: b&n does not have any books on the subject. no demand for them. the library has maybe two that are a few years old. amazon is the best source on the subject. there is even a book about teaching english in korea … Continue reading next steps