All children’s Korean language classes & Youth Summer Camp are temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will send an announcement in our monthly newsletter once we resume the programs. Click HERE to subscribe KCI’s newsletter.
YOUTH PROGRAM OVERVIEW
KCI’s Teen Summit Program is designed to empower and develop young leaders in the Korean community. This one day program aims to provide students from grades 8-12 with opportunities to enhance their leadership skills and foster personal growth. Through a combination of hands-on workshops, engaging lectures, and discussions, the program equips students with the knowledge and tools needed to be an effective leader. This program also covers Korean American history and culture.
KCI’s Korean Language Program for Children creates a joyful learning environment that engages and motivates children to learn the Korean language and culture through hands-on and homework-free classes that incorporate arts and music activities. To learn more, please click HERE.
*All youth classes have been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Click HERE to subscribe to KCI’s newsletters for program updates.
KCI’s Summer Camp for children ages 5-11 offers a fun selection of activities including hands-on exploration of arts and crafts, outdoor sports, cooking lessons, and more. Campers build self-confidence, make new friends, gain Korean language skills and grow cultural awareness. To learn more, click HERE.
*Summer Camps have been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Click HERE to subscribe to KCI’s newsletters for program updates.
KCI launched the Youth Art Contest as part of our 2nd Annual Bay Area Chuseok Festival in 2020. Partnering with the Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC), K-12 students were invited to submit artwork based on contest themes. Winners in four grade categories received prizes and ALL entries were shared with the community on KCI’s YouTube Channel.
KCI will host the 3rd Youth Art Contest in 2022, so stay tuned for details.
KCI offers a Kids Holiday Party in early December with multiple activities including Korean arts-and-crafts, mini-Korean food cooking, Korean storytime, and gingerbread house making. All activities are Korean culturally-themed and kid-friendly.
*The Holiday Party was cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Click HERE to subscribe to KCI’s newsletters for program updates.