KOSAF runs several programs for sharing and volunteering in communities. By contributing their skills and talents to these programs, leaders in various fields help young people to become leaders for the future.
ABOUT KOSAF’S MENTORING PROGRAMS
Through mentoring and donor programs, KOSAF is
advancing its vision of fostering global leaders who may positively shape the
society we live in. These programs give volunteers the opportunities to help
young people in several ways: donating funds and labor, career advice, academic
advice, and tutoring.
A multilayered and multifaceted approach to the
programs allows individuals and institutions of many different kinds to
participate. Mentoring by individuals from KOSAF’s network of leaders in Korea
is offered to undergraduate and graduate students. Counseling, tutoring, and
other forms of volunteering by undergraduate and graduate students are available
to primary school students and secondary school students.
Partners and supporters from schools, public
institutions, local and national government organizations, and others enhance
KOSAF’s Sharing & Volunteering programs.
- Types of Volunteer
- Among KOSAF’s Sharing & Volunteering programs,
many opportunities are available through KorMent where students are mentored
by leaders and given help to develop their talents.
- The KorMent
- The KorMent Program advances KOSAF’s mission of developing
talent. KorMent has a place for a variety of people and organizations in
communities: primary and secondary school students, postsecondary students,
career professionals, schools, public institutions, and other private
businesses and foundations.
- Through financial support, KOSAF advances its goal of
supporting the development of the talents that will lead the future of Korea
through various scholarships, mentoring, and knowledge sharing programs.