Apply today to our 2012 DREAM Scholarship Fund for Asian American and Pacific Islander students!
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AKASIA members (Photo Credit: Korean Resource Center)
FYSH members (Photo Credit: Korean American Resource & Cultural Center)
For years, Korean American youth tirelessly campaigned for the passage of the DREAM Act – tailored legislation that would provide a path to legalization for eligible immigrant students who grew up in the United States if they attend college. While we will continue working towards the immediate passage of the DREAM Act, we also started to look at other barriers to higher education. One such barrier is that financially needy students are less inclined to pursue higher education because of the costs. Thus, the DREAM Scholarship Fund was established and is operated under the beliefs that education is a human right and that education is key to America’s prosperity.
- Korean American and/or Asian American & Pacific Islander
- Demonstrate financial need
- Currently a senior at a U.S. high school or will be entering or currently a U.S.-accredited college or university full-time
- A completed application form
- 2 essays
- 2 letters of recommendation
How to apply
Applications may be submitted by email [preferred], mail, fax or delivered in person and postmarked by May 18th, 2012 to be considered. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
For more information and to submit your applications –
If you live in Illinois…
Korean American Resource & Cultural Center
2701-A W. Peterson Ave.
Chicago, IL 60659
Contact: Youngsun Song
If you live in California…
Korean Resource Center
900 S. Crenshaw Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Contact: Jani Kim
All other states…
1628 16th Street NW, Suite 306
Washington, DC 20009
Contact: Joyce Yin
Who we are
The National Korean American Service & Education Consortium (NAKASEC), Korean American Resource & Cultural Center (KRCC) and the Korean Resource Center (KRC) are a network of community-based organizations advancing progressive civil rights and immigrant rights issues and promote the full participation of Korean Americans in American society.
For all other states (NAKASEC)
For California (KRC)
For Illinois (KRCC)