The ICAS Youth Excellence Program

Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc.

February 20, 2003

An Educational Trip to Washington, D. C.
March 28, 2003 Friday 6:00 AM - 10:30 PM

Opening Young Minds


The Hon Becky Norton Dunlop, Vice President, The Heritage Foundation
The Hon John Hilboldt, Deputy Director, The Heritage Foundation
The Hon Shinae Chun, Director of Women's Bureau, U S Department of Labor
The Hon Dennis Halpin, Pearson Fellow, U S House of Representatives Committee on International Relations


The Heritage Foundation
The Korean War Memorial
The Lincoln Memorial
The U S Department of Labour
The U S House of Representatives
The U S Supreme Court
The Vietnam War memorial

Delegate qualification :students (B average and school's permission)
: parents
: youth
: adult


Julia K Han (302) 654 6455, (215) 699 0290;
C K Kang (215) 276 4988, (215) 568 5561;
Sang Joo Kim 9989, (610) 277 9989

REGISTRATION First come first served. RSVP by March 21th

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 ___________________

Guide and faculty: ICAS Staff

Logistics: Hana Tour 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

Institute for Corean-American Studies (aka ICAS ) is a non-profit,
non-partisan, and private educational and research organization. It is
non-agent of any government and solely supported by voluntary
contributions. ICAS promotes pertinent relations and conducts
appropriate activities to enhance cooperation and to pursue peace and
prosperity. Further information about ICAS and some examples of the
recent activities may be found on the ICAS website ( ).
Thank you.

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