Seoul, Korea (July 11, 2016) — Don’t miss your chance to be recognized as a TOEIC® Global Leader. Starting today, you can apply for an opportunity to improve your job skills and learn how to succeed in a global workplace.
Educational Testing Service (ETS), creator of the TOEIC® Program and Partners for the Future Foundation, a charity arm of the American Chamber of Commerce in Korea (AMCHAM), together are running the third TOEIC Global Leadership Program to support young Korean students as they pursue future career goals.
This two-day, one-night program is a unique opportunity for you to train and consult with actual professionals who will teach you how to improve your competency in a global workplace environment. You will also participate in various lectures and group projects that will help develop teamwork and leadership skills.
“It is a great pleasure to continue our partnership with ETS through this year’s TOEIC Global Leadership Program in support of young job seekers in Korea,” said John Schuldt, President of AMCHAM Korea. “I am excited to meet with young students who have great potential to grow into global leaders.”
If you are one of the 42 selected applicants, you will be recognized as a TOEIC Global Leader and be awarded with a program certificate and giveaways. Three exemplary participants will be offered paid internship opportunities at ETS Korea based on attitude and performance in teamwork, leadership, creative and presentation skills. Various prizes will also be awarded to team and individual winners during the program.
Paul Lee, Country Manager of ETS Korea, said, “We are more than happy to see our past program participants thrive in the global workplaces after the program. This is the very reason why we, folks at ETS, are even more committed to improving our programs every year, and providing practical support for young Korean job seekers.”
To apply for this exclusive opportunity you must be of Korean nationality, a junior or senior at a four-year university (students on leave of absence and graduate students may also apply) and born in 1988 or after. You will be required to fill out an application form and provide a school transcript and a valid TOEIC score. Application submissions will be accepted from July 11–29.
When: August 26–27 (two days/one night )
Where: Eugene Center
Interested applicants can download an application at www.partners-korea.org/ and submit via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. ETS will notify applicants of their standing by August 19. For more information, please call 02-6201-2246 or email email@example.com.
For more than 30 years, the TOEIC® test has been the global standard for measuring workplace English-language communication skills. The TOEIC® Family of Assessments, including the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test, the TOEIC® Speaking and Writing test and the TOEIC Bridge™ test, is used by nearly 14,000 businesses, organizations and government agencies in 150 countries. In 2012, almost seven million TOEIC tests were administered worldwide, solidifying the TOEIC Program as the largest and most widely used English-language assessment for the workplace. For more information on the TOEIC tests and other services provided by the TOEIC Program, visit www.ets.org/toeic.