AEON Amity Corporation of Japan opens 75th school
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|(openPR) - Largest private language school system in Japan exclusively for children’s English education continues to lead industry.
Chicago, IL, March 1st, 2008: The Amity Corporation today announced the opening of its 75th school in Japan.
Hiroshima Ujina Amity will open its doors as the latest school in the network of Amity private schools dedicated to teaching children English in Japan. Takato Yamasaki, President of Amity Corporation, made the announcement earlier today from the company’s head office in Okayama, Japan. The Ujina Amity School will be located in a vibrant area of economic growth in Hiroshima city, Japan. The AEON Amity Corporation of Japan is the leading English educator for children in Japan with over 20,000 students nationwide.
Amity is a division of the AEON Corporation of Japan, the leading conversational school system in Japan since 1973. Amity has been operating independently since 1994 and the Amity recruiting offices have been hiring Native English Teachers toteach children English at their schools in Japan since 2005. The Amity Corporation hires talented professionals from all over the world to live and teach English in Japanat one of their private language schools. At Amity, Japanese children benefit from the diversity of their teacher’s cultural experience while studying English.
Amity recruits EFL teachers throughout the calendar year from their North American offices in Toronto, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Annually Amity recruiters hire over 130 professionals to move to Japan to become EFL instructors at schools across the main island of Honshu amityteachers.com
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Scott Hillkirk is an international recruiter for the AEON Amity Corporation of Japan promoting teaching English in Japan and training ESL teachers to teach English in Japan. Before his work as a recruiter, he taught children EFL for several years in Japan as Head of Teacher Development for Amity. He also has experience working as a journalist. His reporting has appeared in national publications including USA Today and Men's Health Magazine. For more information please visit:www.amityteachers.com