The ICAS Youth Excellence Program

Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc.

August 14, 2002

An Educational Trip to the United Nations, New York

September 6, 2002 Friday 7:00 AM - 7:30 PM

Opening Young Minds

Meeting & Briefing

The Hon Seung Soo Han, President of the General Assembly, United Nations
Participating in the Plenary Session of the General Assembly
Claudia Rosett, Editorial Board, Wall Street Journal
(list in progress)

Ground Zero
Statue of Liberty
United Nations
Wall Street Journal
(list in progress)

Delegate qualification:student (age 10 - 18; B average and school's permission)


Sandra K Han (215) 229 8229; (267) 265 6650;
C K Kang (215) 276 4988; (215) 568 5561;
Sang Joo Kim (610) 277 9989; (610) 277 0149;

REGISTRATION First Come First Served

RSVP by August 31, 2002

NB: Seats are limited. Early registration advised.

Student's Name: ________________________________ Grade __________________

Father's/Mother's/Guardian's Name __________________________________________

Mailing Address ________________________________________________________

Tel ______________________ Fax: ________________ Email __________________

Name of School ________________________________________________________

Principal's Name ________________________________________________________

Tel: _____________________ Fax: ________________ Email ___________________

Further details will be provided upon completion of registration.

Guide and faculty: ICAS staff and ICAS Interns

Logistics: HanaTour Courtesy Travel Inc

veritas vos liberabit

Sang Joo Kim
Sr Fellow & Executive Vice President
Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc. (ICAS )
965 Clover Court
Blue Bell, PA 19422

T: (610) 277 9989
T: (610) 277 0149
F: (610) 277 3289

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non-agent of any government and solely supported by voluntary
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appropriate activities to enhance cooperation and to pursue peace and
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Thank you.

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