Foundation for the Rural Youth

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we will be a lifelong supporter and companion of fural youth community.

Foundation Introduction.

Scholarship Projects

  • 1. Domestic Scholarships - It is our hope to contribute to youth development needed in our society by providing financial aid to students from rural areas.
  • 2. Domestic Volunteer Scholarships - A sense of belonging and pride will be instilled as a scholarship recipient from our foundation through volunteer work.
  • 3. University Scholarship Student Exchange - Opportunities will be provided for scholarship recipients to interact and strengthen ties as well as share information with one another.

Rural Activities

  • 1. Advanced Agriculture Training - There will be advanced agriculture training programs in Europe and Japan enabling students to gain first-hand knowledge.
  • 2. Agriculture Experience Training - This agriculture training project in Japan aims to develop rural areas in Korea through advanced agricultural experience.
  • 3. Advanced Fisheries Training - This project aims to foster and enhance leaders in the fisheries industry through on site experience in advances countries.

Creative Experiential Activities

  • 1. Support for Make A Wish Program  - This is a support project providing opportunities for creative experiential activities to develop character and creativity among rural youth.
  • 2. National Rural Youth Literature Festival - This festival aims to contribute to the cultivation of healthy minded youth by developing the literary spirit through opportunities for the rural youth to engage in literary activities.
  • 3. Love of Country Unification Training Tournament - This project was launched to help understanding and increase awareness of cooperation and reality of the divided Koreas among rural youth.
  • 4. University Exploratory Activities - This project was launched to provide career counseling for rural youth through conversations with upperclassman.
  • 5. Metropolitan Cultural Exploratory Activities - This project was launched so that rural youth can experience and understand urban culture through metropolitan cultural exploratory activities.
  • 6. Rural Youth Culture & Arts Competency Development Support Project - This project was launched so that rural youth can experience and understand urban culture through metropolitan cultural exploratory activities.
  • 7. Korean Culture Experiential Activities for Multi-Cultural Families - The purpose of this project is to support the adjustment to Korean society for multi-cultural families in rural areas by providing opportunities to experience Korean culture.
  • 8. Career Path Dream Camp - This project aims to motivate self-development and learning in rural youth residential areas through camps and Seoul National University mentor program.

Cultural Exchange Activities

  • 1. International Youth Exchange Activities - This project is based in China, Japan and Russia to promote understanding of culture and broaden horizons in an age of globalization.
  • 2. Support for Volunteering Abroad - This project aims to contribute to the development of global youth leaders by providing the opportunity to participate in overseas volunteer work.
  • 3. Korean Historical Site Excursion Activities - This project is based in China with the aim of contributing to wards the establishment of a historical hall and Korean spirit inheritance through overseas Korean historical site excursions.
  • 4. Career Exploration Overseas Experience Activities - This project is based in China with the aim of contributing towards the establishment of a historical hall and Korean spirit inheritance through overseas Korean historical site excursions.

Rural Youth Activity Center

This is the best space for educational support and creative experiential activities for rural youth.

Juvenile Household Self-Reliance Support Project

This project aims to contribute to the formation of a societal atmosphere where juvenile households will be able to live side by side in our society by instilling a sense of self-reliance through self-reliance financial assistance.

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