Would you like to teach English in Japan?
AEON Corporation is one of the largest English Conversation schools in Japan. AEON offers full-time teaching positions, a good salary, and a lot of support to help newly hired teachers with their move to Japan. For more information about AEON, please feel free to visit their website at www.aeonet.com<http://www.aeonet.com>.
AEON visits Boston a few times a year for interviews and is always interested in hiring SU students. Their next interview session in Boston will be held on May 14, 2018.
If you are interested, contact Uri Levy, Paul Hunt, Caroline Sgrignoli & Ruby Kahane, Personnel Recruiters
535 Fifth Avenue
NYC, NY 10017
Tel (646) 277-7335
Interior Architecture Professor Brings Lessons on Environmentally Responsible Design to Students in China – Suffolk University
Suffolk University Professor Karen Clarke visits the Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication and Polus Institute
Yaoyao Lou (BA 2015) received the KCC Company scholarship in 2015. Yaoyao was a media studies major at the Department of Communication and Journalism. She graduated in May 2015 with the Latin Honors summa cum laude.
At Suffolk, she worked on Korea-related projects such as proposing a new media company that produces reality shows for Korean pop icons in Business of Media and a presentation on Korean business etiquette in Presentation Skills.
She spent six weeks in Seoul taking language lessons at Yonsei University in the morning and interning at Chosun TV in the afternoon. Shown above is a video that she made for Suffolk to document her days in Seoul.
Yaoyao got placed in the second level class where the teacher instructs in Korean only. Most students in her class were Korean Americans who would like to know about their heritage. Their class made a video called “Where are our classmates?” (need to refresh the page if you see a blank screen) and won the Talents Prize.
Suffolk alum’s picture taken at the Hong Kong protest for democracy was commended at the Open Competition People category at the Sony World Photography Awards.
Suffolk alum Miguel Candela taking pictures of the protest in Hong Kong. Miguel originally came from Spain and graduated in 2008. He now lives in Hong Kong. Here are the pictures that he posted on Facebook. One of them became a cover image of a Spanish magazine V. Other albums also have pictures that he took in China, Burma, India, Sri Lanka, and Nepal.
Suffolk has a student studying in Seoul, Korea this summer. He is Neilson Lam, a business major specializing in management, who is at Yonsei University, one of our partner schools.
Neilson was awarded a scholarship from the Jongha Student Scholarship Foundation, established by the KCC Company, which has been giving scholarships to Suffolk students for the past four years.
In June Neilson arrived in Seoul to begin the summer term and received the scholarship money during a meeting at KCC Company. Our congratulations to Neilson and our continued thanks to KCC.
Story on the College’s homepage.
(From L to R) SH Lee, President of KCC Company; CY Lee, Chairman of KCC Company; Suffolk student Neilson Lam: Ronald Suleski, Director of the Rosenberg Institute at Suffolk University.