1st Identity Workshop for Korean American Adolescents
The purposes of the first Identity workshop organized by the National Association for Korean Schools (NAKS) are to understand the importance of identity for settling in the local society as a Korean American; to recognize the impact of Korean schools to those Korean American throughout the journey of finding social and cultural identity; to help the Korean American Adolescent attendees to understand the true meaning of identity and to grow up as good role models for the future generations.
Please encourage well-rounded Korean American Adolescents from each regional committee to register for the workshop.
[Date & Lecturer]
On March 12, 2021 (Fri) @ 6 pm-7:30 pm CST
MD, Ph.D Young Sub Yoon
(Bruce R. Logue Chair Professor, Emory University School of Medicine)
On March 13, 2021 (Sat.) @ 11 am – 12:30 pm CST
Ph.D Nayoung Lee (Director of Strategy, Neuraly)
Q & A will be followed after each lecture.
[Qualification] Junior High and High school students in the 14 regional committees’ area.
(credited as volunteering time for NAKS)
[Due date] March 6, 2021 (Sat)
Fill out the application (with a guardian or parent). Zoom-webinar registration form will be emailed to each participant once the application is accepted. (Fill out the registration form with a guardian or parent). First come and first served. Please be aware of that the number of participants is a subject to change.
Should you have any questions, please contact Daesang Kim firstname.lastname@example.org