Judith Ehm Foundation Fellowship
The Judith Ehm Foundation Fellowship was established in honor of Judith Ehm, a trailblazing Korean American entrepreneur and businesswoman who was dedicated to community, equity, and diversity. The fellowship supports highly motivated student participants of the Korean Intensive Summer Language Program (KISLP) program who demonstrate a strong commitment to studying Korean and promoting Korean culture in the U.S.
Students from underrepresented groups and first-generation university students will receive priority in fellowship awards to grow the diversity of the KISLP programming. All KISLP applicants selected for fellowships receive a minimum of $5,000 with the potential for full funding for exceptional applicants demonstrating additional financial need.
KISLP provides motivated students of Korean with the linguistic, cultural, and historical knowledge necessary to make language proficiency gains through a combination of intensive study and immersion in local Korean society and culture. Students will have the opportunity to live on the Chungbuk National University (CBNU) campus, engage in varied cultural activities, and connect with local South Korean families and peers.
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