The Power of Communication

Help children discover the global world through language

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The Joy of Children

See progress in your students and watch them grow

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Acquire Tools for the Future

Learn International business culture and etiquette

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The World Awaits

See Japan through the eyes of its children

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Share Our Wonder

Come grow and imagine with Amity Corporation

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Amity Corporation Specializes in Teaching
English to Children in Japan.

Since its inception in 1994, Amity has grown into a dynamic source for quality English conversation classes. Amity operates over 85 branch schools throughout Japan and teaches over 23,000 students weekly. There are teaching opportunities for highly motivated, native speaking, child friendly teachers at all our branch schools. If you want to capture the mystery of Japan through the imaginative eyes of children, come join us. We love kids!

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Education at amity

At Amity, we believe in nurturing students by creating an enriching and exciting learning environment.  Teachers create an English intensive environment without translation so the students absorb the language naturally.  These methods begin with children as young as 6 months old and continue up through to high school aged students.  Native English Teachers focus not only on phonics and pronunciation but also vocabulary development as building blocks for conversation.  Our aim is that all Amity students gain confidence using and speaking English.
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Requirements and Benefits

Requirements
  • Native speaker of English
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience with children
  • Sales and business experience
  • Outgoing and child-friendly
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Amity school locations

Amity has 80 branch schools across the islands of Honshu and Kyushu.  Located in urban, suburban and rural areas, Amity offers Native English Teachers the opportunity to be immersed in Japanese life.
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Culture

Japan is a unique blend of timeless traditions and technological marvels.  Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines stand in contrast to the bright lights of some of the world’s largest metropolises.  Native English Teachers immerse themselves in the culture through interacting with students and parents, by transitioning into the Japanese work environment, and through their communities.