Social Innovation Workshop Series (SIWS) is intended to invite speakers actively vying to improve society from various fields of expertise who can answer questions and give advice to students about the process of identifying a social problem, creating an initiative, and effectively solving the problem.
Our speaker is the Chief of the Philanthropy Research Team at the Community Chest of Korea, the most prominent Social Welfare and fundraising institution in Korea and member of United Way Worldwide Network. Our Speaker is responsible for researching the impact of Youth Unemployment in the Korean Society and devising innovative ways to solve this issue.
Throughout the session, students will be given insights about the impact of Youth Unemployment in the Korean Society and will be encouraged to discuss Community Chest of Korea’s way of devising innovative ways to solve this issue.
LECTURE THEME | Impact of Youth Unemployment on the Korean Society and Innovative ways of solving it.
TIME | 6:30 p.m.~ 7:30 p.m., Dec. 6th (Wed), 2017
VENUE | Yonsei Sinchon Campus NMH 111
ELIGIBILITY | All UIC Students
SPEAKER | Park Mihee, Chief of the Philanthropy Research Team @ Community Chest of Korea
-Lecture in Korean-
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* Registration ends on December 6 at Noon
* You can also show up without registration but you will have to fill out an offline form
For more information, please contact Yonsei Center for Social Innovation, at firstname.lastname@example.org (032-749-3100).
About Social Impact Initiative for Global Creative Talent
Funded by University for Creative Korea, the Social Impact Initiative for Global Creative Talent (SIIGCT) aims at fostering social innovators by providing diverse curricular and extra-curricular programs within the Underwood International College of the Techno-Art Division and the Integrated Social Sciences Division.