Korean Adoptee Program (KAP)

About Korean Adoptee Program (KAP)

Korean Adoptee Program (KAP) interacts with Korean-adopted children to share Carleton students' experiences about Korean culture.

Program Directors:

Joyce Kim '17 (kimj2) 

Joshua Song '19 (songj2)

Carleton Campus & Northfield Community
Bi-weekly Sessions on Saturday Afternoon

Fall Term 2015 Schedule: October 3, 17, 31, November 14

Location: 12:30 in the basement of Willis Hall

The Theme of this Term is "Korean Food"

Korean Adoptee Program (KAP) interacts with Korean-adopted children to share Carleton students' experiences about Korean culture. We regularly meet once every two weeks and facilitate fun activities, such as cooking traditional Korean food, watching movies, and playing games. Our main focus is to be a positive influence and give them the indirect experience of Korea. We also participate in big events such as I-Fest to perform Korean traditional drumming called samulnori.

We are looking for more friends to join us! Please email kimj2@carleton.edu, if you have any questions about the program!

Korean Adoptee Program