“SkimaTalk is not only... convenient, and flexible, and well-paid, but it’s also really fun, and rewarding, rewarding most of all"
Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) January 16, 2013
SkimaTalk Inc., an education startup based in Berkeley CA, announced today that it has reached 2,000 students. The milestone marks the continuation of the company’s growth along with the expansion from its base market of Japan into Korean and Italian markets. The company also announced that its teaching base doubled in the last month, recruiting new teachers across America, Canada, the UK, Ireland, and New Zealand.
The company also released a video testimonial from one of its active teachers, discussing the benefits of working as a teacher for SkimaTalk. “SkimaTalk is not only... convenient, and flexible, and well-paid, but it’s also really fun, and rewarding, rewarding most of all,” says Marissa Simon, of the University of California at Berkeley.
SkimaTalk operates a peer-to-peer English learning platform that connects native English speakers with English learners through one-on-one online video conversations. English learners can improve their English, learn more about other cultures and skills, and best of all, meet new people. Learners can purchase 25-minute time slots of teachers for only $9. There are no membership or monthly fees. It's simple, quick, and easy.
SkimaTalk continues to recruit native English speakers including talented and enthusiastic college students and recent college graduates who want to earn money by conducting online video teaching sessions with English language learners in Japan, Korea, and Italy. The majority of SkimaTalk teachers started teaching without any prior teaching experience or certification, and for many students, the teacher’s passion and willingness to help others matter more. Those who are interested can apply here: http://www.skimatalk.com/becometeacher
About SkimaTalk (http://www.skimatalk.com)
SkimaTalk, Inc. provides a new social language-learning platform that empowers individuals to share language skills globally through one-on-one online video conversations. Based in Berkeley, CA, USA, it started its service in April 2012, acquiring users from Asia Pacific, North America, and Europe.