KORUM Mentorship Program
Connecting KORUM members with our junior mentors (recent graduates) and senior mentors (established professionals) working in various fields!
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Here are some of the events we've hosted outside our main conference in the past to continue engaging the community with the Korean discourse.
To suggest, sponsor, or inquire about an event, feel free to contact us!
DISCUSSION AND FILM SCREENING, 'THE APOLOGY'
February 19th, 2021
In response to recent events surrounding "comfort women" denier J. Mark Ramseyer, KORUM's panel hosted Professor Todd A. Henry (University of California, San Diego) and Phyllis Kim (Executive Director, Comfort Women Action for Redress & Education). Panel remarks were followed by an audience Q&A. The event concluded with a screening of Tiffany Hsiung's documentary film, 'The Apology'.
#1: BUILDING RESILIENCE THROUGH A GROWTH MINDSET AND INNOVATION
October 17, 2020
For their inaugural speaker series, KORUM hosted Dr. Choi Yousam, Director General for Financial & Corporate Restructuring at the Financial Services Commission. Dr. Choi shared his experiences working in the public sector, as well as his thoughts about resilience in one's career.
#2: TRANSITIONING FROM MODEL TO CORPORATE LIFE
November 13, 2020
KORUM hosted Jun Seok Park, CJ Group's HR representative for new hires, and former fashion model. Event attendees received exclusive insider recruiting tips for Korean business conglomerates, and learned about the corporate lifestyle of Korea.
INFOGRAPHIC ON "COMFORT WOMEN"
February 16, 2021
To respond to misinformation and revisionist claims from J. Mark Ramseyer, KORUM produced a historical infographic on the "comfort women" issue. Full infographic can be found on our Instagram.