Mr. Alexandre Cho
It is an honor and privilege to be a part of such a prestigious organization as the Korean American Youth Assistance Coalition (KAYAC).
Growing up in a large and diverse community like the United States, it is very easy for young Korean Americans to lose the connection to their heritage. Especially, living as a minority, a strong affinity for and
pride in their Korean history and culture are two invaluable assets that will guide them to become confident and successful leaders in their communities and the world at large.
KAYAC was founded in the year 2000 to serve the Korean American Community to help our Korean American youths by providing them with the opportunities to reconnect with their heritage through an Annual Motherland Excursion Program, an Educational Forum, and other such programs.
We believe that experiencing the rich Korean history and beautiful culture along with the world-leading technology and pop culture firsthand will instill that very affinity for and pride in their Korean heritage.
As of 2022, there are almost 1500 students who have participated and reconnected in this way.
Our Youths are the future of our Korean American community and the future of Global Korea. KAYAC pledges to help foster cultural pride in our next generation to become passionate global leaders. As they flourish, our future becomes brighter. Please come and join us in building a better tomorrow.
Thank you always for your support!