Meet Our Recruiters
"Living and teaching English in Seoul, South Korea is one of the best experiences in my life so far. I was able to travel there with my partner, now husband, and the time that we spent together is something we reminisce about fondly. Moreover, navigating a foreign country helped us form an even deeper bond - from the little things like figuring out how the buttons worked on our laundry machine, to exploring the hidden gems of the city and countryside, to laughing about silly jokes our students told in class that day. Korea provided the opportunity for countless irreplaceable experiences: learning a new language and culture, eating so much delicious food, travelling to different countries like Japan and Vietnam, and making lifelong friends. Not only that, but I truly felt like I made an impact on my students. Teaching abroad is absolutely a once-in-a-lifetime experience that enriched my life, and I am thrilled to be able to help others begin their journey!"
"I was about to graduate from the University of Western Ontario with my education degree, when I saw an ad to teach English in Japan. It piqued my interest so I immediately applied. After all, what better way to gain teaching experience and travel to a part of the world I had always been fascinated with, right? Soon after, I boarded a plane bound for Tokyo and what started as year of living overseas quickly turned into five! There was never a shortage of things to do...from spending a day visiting one of Japan's many historical sites, to eating in one of thousands of amazing restaurants, to dancing the night away in a downtown nightclub, or just hanging out in a park under the cherry blossoms in the spring. I also traveled to places like Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Guam, and Hong Kong. I loved my job teaching English and really felt like I made a difference with my students. I enjoyed the opportunity to make friends with other teachers from over the world, as well as some fellow Canadians. Finally, I’m proud to say that I was offered several promotions that helped me develop and expand my professional skills. No matter what country one goes to, teaching overseas is an adventure that you will never regret and never forget!"
"Best decision of my life! This is what I tell new candidates all the time. After graduating with a BA from Boston College, I was looking for something new, different, and exciting. I had the opportunity to attend graduate school and earn a MA degree while living and working in China. During my first year in China, I taught English and Western Culture to university students while also completing my studies. I fell in love with the country, people, culture, food, and everything that goes into being an expat. I stayed another three years teaching children from age 2 through university and enjoyed every minute of it. I learned more from my teaching experience and students than I have in any other job. It was such a rewarding experience to know that you made an impact in students' lives and opened their eyes to possibilities beyond their hometown. I was not only able to travel through China, but also had the opportunity to travel through over 25 other countries during my time abroad. I have made lifelong friendships with people from all around the world and I am fortunate to be able to impart my knowledge onto new teachers thinking about working abroad at Aclipse."
"My time in South Korea was intended for a year, but evolved into an 11-year tenure as an L2 educator, Faculty Manager, Senior Instructor Trainer—and now, an International Recruiter. My experience with Creverse led to many global opportunities including a year in Vietnam where I had the chance to work with the Vietnamese education market and instill our organization’s values within their administration and pedagogical approach. My extended experience with Creverse not only inspired me to further my own education, but it also financially afforded me the possibility of acquiring a master’s degree in Global Studies in Education—from one of the top universities in the US. Today, as I finish my thesis in Cape Town, South Africa, I reflect on my journey, and thank myself for stepping out of my comfort zone and making use of the benefits of working abroad—especially for an organization like Creverse who presented me with prospects exceeding my expectations."
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What Our Teacher's Have To Say...
I can’t believe that I’ve already been here for 8 months.
Teaching has been fun. I really enjoy the students! I’ve also been able to explore a lot of Korea on the weekends and my off days! I started to learn to surf this summer and I’ve gotten to do a lot of hiking.
My time with CDI was a real blessing. I can not stress how much I loved the kids!
It's the best part of the job and they make time fly by! I didn't have much experience working with kids beforehand so I was definitely nervous coming in, but I'm glad I had the chance to experience this opportunity.
I'm having an amazing time so far.
I love my apartment and the area is actually lots of fun even though it's quite a ways from the center on public transport. My branch seems great so far and everyone's been very welcoming, I don't start teaching until tomorrow but I'm really excited!
We have had a great first week and a few days! Training was great!
he mocks are very helpful because you get feedback right away that you can use to improve your teaching. We had a great trainer that was willing to help us and not afraid to tell us how to make changes.