We provide Korean language, history, culture, and arts education programs to help Korean American young generations grow up with pride and identity as Korean Americans. We hold events such as Korean American Day Art Contest and Hangawi Festival every year. In addition, through liberal arts and cultural education for Korean American adults, we strengthen the Korean community's solidarity and support stable settlement in the local area.
By actively supporting the establishment and operation of Korean language classes in public schools in the United States, we contribute to enhancing Korea's international status and relationship with the United States.
Also, we broaden the basis of Korean language learning through teacher training, cultural experience, textbook development support, and opportunities such as Summer Program in Korea and scholarships.
Korean (Hangul) School is an educational institution established autonomously by Korean Americans to teach the Korean language, history, and culture to 2nd and 3rd generation Korean Americans. Therefore, we support Korean language schools to become the center of education for the Korean American community. In addition, in cooperation with the Korean School Association of America (KOSAA), we hold annual Korean language school teacher training and school consulting projects.
We support government-funded international students from Korea and provide information to local students interested in studying in Korea. We hold the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) twice a year, which is necessary to study in Korea and find a job. We support the Korean government's various educational exchange projects, such as recruiting native English assistant teachers (EPIK) and promote Korean education to local educational institutions in the United States.