Growth (2010 ~ Present)

  • Started to offer the Power of Hope, a scholarship-based English learning program targeting mainly refugee or immigrant youths (high school graduates) to significantly improve their job prospects or college placement
  • The UBCE Medical in design for foreign high school/college students, an extension from the U.S. Medical & Health Care Professional Development Program being offered from 2013
  • Started to support the Bridging Generations, an annual public event for inter-generational history and cross-national humanity education, in collaboration with non-profit organizations such as Educational Divide Reform (EDR) and local public schools
  • Started to offer the Global Business Leaders’ Seminar for international business executives in collaboration with Harvard University and other academic institutions
  • Started to offer the Global Career Development Seminar programs for foreign college students in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and University of Massachusetts (UMass) Boston
  • Started to offer the Universities of Boston/New York CampusPrep Enrichment (UBCE), a personalized educational program, which provides high-potential international students with special admission to partner universities (UMass Boston in Boston and Manhattan College in New York City).
  • Started to offer short- and long-term U.S. Medical & Health Care Professional Development program
  • Started to support UMass Boston for the CampusPrep, a concurrent program for matriculation to undergraduate degree programs at UMass Boston
  • Started to collaborate with UMass Boston for the Intensive ESL program in Cambridge
  • Published four (4) volumes of test-prep books for the National English Ability Test (NEAT) in South Korea
  • Developed and published 12 volumes of reference books for academic English (SEI TOEFL) in South Korea
  • Started to offer the Intercultural Leadership program for middle/high school students from Korea/China/Brazil/Japan and other countries in partnership with public schools in the Boston area
  • Restructured the Corporation into 3+ divisions: University Project, Junior Education, and English Language Teaching, along with R&D/Publishing Functions

Development (2005-2009)

2009 ~
  • Started to offer the Special Academic Seminar, a short-term program for East Asian university students at UMass Boston; invited international students from KyungHee University (Korea), Kyoto Gakuyen University (Japan), and other foreign institutions.
  • Started to offer the Step Up program, after-school study program to supplement public school (K-12) curriculum, targeting financially limited immigrant students in the Boston area
  • Published US Taekwondo English for School Education, a reference book for American public elementary school education
  • Collaborated with UMass Boston in designing the English Teacher Training program to reform public education of South Korea
  • Started to offer special Academic English classes to local high schools: Matignon High School in Cambridge, Newman Preparatory High School in Boston, and Fornbone Academy in Milton
  • Developed the Phone Teaching Books of International Business Communication, targeting India and Vietnam
  • Introduced The Academy at Harvard Square (TAHS), new business title for the English Education Division and registered TAHS trademark with USTPO
2007~ 2008
  • Offered Junior Summer programs in Eastern Nazarine College and Concord Academy in the Boston area
  • Provided consultation to Korea Minjok Leadership Academy, Korea’s top-rated high school and to Arirang TV, Korean government owned broadcasting service provider in developing and managing English education programs
  • Started to offer the TOEFL iBT & Academic English program, developing curriculum, reference books, teaching materials, and testing and student assessment systems
  • Started to offer the Academic Study & SAT program, developing curriculum, reference books, teaching materials, and testing and student assessment systems

Building the Groundwork (2001-2004)

2004 ~
  • Started to offer Corporate Training of Professional Business English Communication program to prestigious multi-national corporations such as Body Shop, SAP, Purina, Westinghouse, SAS, POSCO, MKS, etc., and government agencies including Defense Acquisition and Procurement Agency, Korea National Housing Corporation, and Korea Trade Association)
  • Established the East Asia branch office in Seoul
  • Presented the learning model and theory of Spoken English to international students at MIT
  • Published books and CD-ROM on Global Business Communication and Pre-MBA for Boston University’s Graduate School of Business Management
  • Developed e-Learning multimedia web contents (interactive text, video, animation) for Global Business Communication program offerings