We are looking for responsible UIC international students who want to introduce Korean culture (movies, dramas, music, art, and design) in the Korean language. Students who want to promote Yonsei University and UIC worldwide are welcome.
We are recruiting UIC students to participate as members of either (a) a production crew (working with directing, filming, and editing behind the scenes), (b) PowerPoint slide editor, or (c) a discussion panel (contributing to lectures on-screen) in the online course. Students applying for production should have good digital skills and experience with creating content (e.g., posters, presentations, images, shorts, etc.); students applying as panelists should be willing to engage with various K-language-related materials on camera.
The timeframe for production (including planning, filming, and editing) is from October to December 2023. Students will be provided with a competitive per diem (commensurate with part-time jobs on-campus) for their work. Please note that students will be working on a need basis. That is, work will not occur on a daily or regular basis; rather, students selected will comprise a LearnUs K-Studies Crew and be called upon on a need-basis and in consideration of everyone’s schedule. Selected students must, therefore, be attentive to emails and texts from UIC faculty.
Students must submit an application form and sit through an interview with UIC faculty members. To apply, please fill out the application form attached and send the completed application form to email@example.com with the email titled as “UIC LearnUs Virtual K-Language Application.” The application deadline is October 4, 2023. Selected students will be notified by October 5, 2023, and provided with the Zoom link for the interview at that time.
The interview will take place over Zoom on Friday, October 6, 2023 (time TBD but most likely after 1pm). Students applying for production must come to the Zoom interview ready to discuss and showcase any content (e.g. posters, presentations, videos, shorts, PowerPoint slides etc.) they have created; students applying as panelists should provide a rationale for applying and/or demonstrate the ability to critically assess content.