The Korea Society and Korean Foundation are pleased to announce openings for up to 70 American educators to participate in the 2010 Summer Fellowship in Korean Studies for American Educators program to be held in Korea in June and July of 2010. Expenses for participants will be covered, including round-trip international airfare, accommodations, meals, and program fees. Participants will travel to Korea in two groups, the first from June 24 to July 7, and the second from July 8 to 21.
The program's 14-day schedule will include lectures and discussions on Korean history, culture, politics, economics, arts, and language. The schedule will also include opportunities for participants to visit and study locales of historical and contemporary importance.
Applications are invited from social studies professionals, including middle school and high school classroom teachers, administrators, and professors or instructors in schools of education. Online applications are available at http://sb1.koreasociety.org/ and must be completed by March 24, 2010.
A thorough description of the program is available at http://www.koreasociety.org/korean_studies/fellowships/. For additional information regarding requirements and restrictions, please direct all questions to Yong Jin Choi, Director of Korean Studies, by phone at 212-759-7525, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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