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Overview
Do you think leadership is only reserved for class presidents and top ten of your academic class? If you think this way, you are wrong!
Leadership is a skill set that can be learned through hard work and guided lessons. Vince Lombardi, who was the famous football coach of the Green Bay Packers, once said “Leadership are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that is worthwhile.”
With this belief, the KAPN started a new program called KAYL(Korean American Youth Leadership) in 2014. Its mission was to develop strong student leadership skills. This program was designed around curricula from Stanford University and other leadership academia around the country. We will together learn leadership through course study, fun group activities, and group projects.
If you have a desire to develop your leadership skills, then KAYL will change your life no matter what profession you go into in your future.

 

KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE KAYL PROGRAM
◎ Build confidence
◎ Enhance self-esteem through cultural identity
◎ Build stronger communication skills
◎ Provide opportunities to take a leadership role
◎ Learn how to positively impact our communities
◎ Opportunity to earn a scholarship for top students who exemplify Authentic Leadership throughout the semester

 

Program Outline
◎ Open to students between 8th ~ 11th grade.
◎ Semester term: December 2015 ~ August 2016
◎ Most classes will be held on Sundays from 2:30pm ~ 5:30pm(approximate monthly classes)
◎ To qualify for the Certificate of Completion at the end of the year, student must not have more than 2 "excused" absences.  
◎ Class attendance is a big factor for Authentic Leadership scholarship award.
◎ $100 registration fee once you are accepted. (need-based financial aid is available. Please inquire at info@kapn.org)
◎ Payment is not required to apply for this program. Once you are accepted, we will request payment separately.
◎ 1 or 2 optional field trips will be scheduled after class starts.
◎ This program is tailored towards building specific needs and leadership skills for East Asian-Americans.  Therefore, priority will be given to students of (full or mixed) Korean/E. Asian heritage. 
◎ Class dates will be announced after you are accepted to the program.

 

Registration
Deadline for all applications is 11/20/15, 11pm CST.  However we reserve the right to close this application site sooner if we receive sufficient number of applicants to fill the limited seats available.  So, please don't wait until the last minute to apply. www.kapn.org or 2016kayl.eventbrite.com


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