The SCI story.
Since 2009 we have been guiding youth to develop the best they have to give: academically, personally and to others. Education reaches far beyond the classroom and so do we. Canada culture exchanges, Cambodia volunteer work, local community participation. All in a dynamic English environment. SCI's goal remains in "Developing youth potential..."
President, SCI Education
Ken has resided in beautiful Jeju, Korea since 2003. He has a broad based education with degrees in Business, Sociology, and a Master's of Public Administration. As Research Manager at Academica Group, Ken worked extensively with Canadian universities and colleges, government, and welfare related organizations for almost 10 years before coming to Asia in 2001. Ken has spent over 30 years volunteering with students, senior citizens and with a variety of youth programs in Canada, and now Jeju and Cambodia.
Highlights & Interests
- Opening Scholar's Choice International
- The new world of global education issues
- Developing youth career & education goals
- SCI Cambodia - education project leader
- The future of the world of work, and global sustainability.
President, Language Friends
Ginnie brings her energy and passion for youth learning wherever she goes. A specialist in developing programming to meet the learning needs of children, Ginnie marries the new reality of 21st century learning issues to the SCI classroom and beyond.
As President of Language Friends (LF), Ginnie also takes education far beyond the traditional classroom to local Jeju community youth and to Cambodian schoolchildren. Youth volunteers enter the LF leadership and volunteer training program to deliver education aid to local Jeju welfare centers, and an impoverished Cambodian elementary school.
Highlights & Interests
- English language instruction
- Bringing English education to disadvantaged youth
- Leadership & 21st century learning skills
- Family and youth counseling
Our Reading Seeds English program encourages students to become avid readers of English, in a stimulating and challenging team environment. SCI Teachers work hard to embrace the 21st century skills sets that youth will encounter in their journey through education, the world of work and society. In addition to core learning subjects, students must acquire the ability to be lifelong learners; no small task.
This includes the skills outlined by the Framework for 21st Century Learning*. SCI programming includes learning and innovation skills, digital literacy training, and opportunities through our volunteer network for career and life skills training. Call us to learn how we can invest in your child's future: 064-723-0579.
*Partnership for 21st Century Skills.