[Non-UCLA Event] National College Leadership Conference and Summer College Internship Program

Presented by The Korean American Coalition

[Non-UCLA Event] National College Leadership Conference and Summer College Internship Program

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The National College Leadership Conference (NCLC) is the longest continuously running annual leadership conference for Korean American students in the United States. NCLC strives to educate and inspire future generations of Korean Americans and develop leaders among them.


Monday, June 19, 2017


University of Redlands
1200 E. Colton Ave
Redlands, 92374

2017 NCLC (National College Leadership Conference) 

With the generous support of our Title Sponsor State Farm, KAC National College Leadership Conference is an 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 an emphasis on the importance of participation and the appreciation of cultural identity and roots.

Hankyul Sharon Lee reflects her experience at NCLC 2016: "The Yellow Butterfly Effect" (The Korea Daily)

 

2017 SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Hon. David Ryu, LA City Councilmember 
Jerry Baik, LA Assistant City Attorney
Dr. Paul Y. Song, Physician, Activist, and Biotechnology Executive
Richard Park, Assistant U.S. Attorney
Hon. Susanne Cho, Riverside County Superior Court Judge
Tad Yo, Executive Director of Asian Baseball Operations at Boras Corporation

 


2017 SCIP (Summer College Internship Program)

The Korean American Coalition's (KAC) Summer College Internship Program (SCIP) is designed to provide personal and professional development opportunities to highly qualified Korean American college students, and to encourage them to take on future leadership roles in the Korean American community.

The program places participants in sponsor offices four days a week. Applicants will be able to rank their interest in four fields - Government/Political, Non-Profit, Corporate, and Media - and will be placed accordingly. Past internship placements have included positions at Samsung America, KTLA, FOX, KCBS, KNBC, an investment bank, Public Counsel Los Angeles, Chun-Ha Insurance Services, KoreAm Journal, Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, Center for the Pacific Asian Family, California Redevelopment Agency, and the offices of Senator Dianne Feinstein, Senator Barbara Boxer, Congressman Xavier Becerra, former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, State Treasurer John Chiang, and Orange County Supervisor Michelle Park Steele.

SCIP will begin at the KAC National College Leadership Conference, where participants hone their leadership skills by hearing from distinguished speakers, engaging in skill-building exercises, and learning about Korean American and Asian American history and identity.


For more information and program details, please visit their SCIP and NCLC website.

All applications must be received no later than June 1, 2017.


Tel: 213-365-5999
info@kacla.org
www.kacla.org

Sponsor(s): , Mr. Keith Kim, Southern California Gas Company, State Farm Insurance, Korean American Scholarship Foundation