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Los Angeles, CA – The Korean American Coalition is pleased to announce the 39th National College Leadership Conference (NCLC). NCLC has brought together young leaders in a fun, dynamic, exceptional Korean American teaching experience since 1980.
Participate in this long-standing and successful leadership development program, and you will be joining a community of current and future Korean American pioneers in a variety of career fields, including those of government, finance, non-profit, art, technology, law, entertainment, and many more. NCLC is an excellent opportunity for young Korean Americans to meet established professionals in their field of interest, learn essential leadership skills to assist them in their future professions, and make friends of other bright, ambitious Korean Americans.
The leadership conference builds awareness of current and past issues facing the Korean American community, with emphasis on the importance of participation and cultural identity. Past participants include World Bank President Jim Yong Kim and Korean American Actor Ki Hong Lee (Maze Runner).
“NCLC gave me the opportunity to connect with an incredibly diverse group of Korean American peers, granting me a sense of solidarity I never knew I craved. Most importantly, NCLC provided the space for me to unpack my Korean Americanness, and define that identity for myself.” - Audrey Jang, Pomona
DATE: Monday through Friday, June 17 – June 21, 2019
LOCATION: Pepperdine University (24255 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA 90263)
COST: The conference cost is $395, including the cost of room and board. Those that are in need of financial assistance please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW TO APPLY: Submit the completed online application by May 15, 2019 by visiting our NCLC 2019 page: https://www.kacla.org/nclc-353549.html. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. Only completed application packages will be reviewed.
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Recruiting Korean American Adoptee Students for the Seoul National University International Summer Program (SNU ISP)
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Los Angeles, CA – This summer students who are Korean American adoptees or children of Korean American adoptees have a unique opportunity to experience academic life at Seoul National University, Korea's most prestigious university and one of the leading academic institutions in the world. SNU ISP's intensive six-week summer program is taught by distinguished SNU professors and visiting faculty members. They offer students the chance to learn from experts on Korea and East Asia, as well as a variety of of topics ranging from economics and business management to history, politics, sociology, and arts. SNU ISP also provides courses on the Korean language and traditional arts for students wishing to learn or advance their Korean language abilities while becoming immersed in Korea's contemporary and traditional culture.
June 24, 2019 – July 27, 2019
Qualification for Application
April 24, 2019 at 5pm