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2010 NCTA/NAHF Summer Study Tour to Korea

Application submissions must be postmarked on or before Monday, March 1, 2010.

December 3, 2014

The National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA) and the Northeast Asian History Foundation (NAHF) invite seminar alumni from 2001-2009* seminars in California to participate in our 2010 NCTA/NAHF Summer Study Tour to Korea

World History teachers who have successfully completed an NCTA seminar coordinated by USC, UCLA or Stanford are eligible to apply(*Participants of Fall 2009 USCI/NCTA seminars are not eligible to apply.)  Selection for study tour participation is competitive.  No more than three (3) teachers from the three California sites will be selected to join 20 other teachers from across the nation. 

Individuals also applying for the 2010 California NCTA Summer Study Tour to China, Hong Kong and Taiwan should understand they can only be selected for one tour, not both.


- Tentative tour dates: July 6 to 16, 2010


- Tentative itinerary: Seoul - Gyeongbok Palace, Seoul Folk Museum, Seoul National Museum of Art; Geongju - Bulkuksa Temple and Seokuram Grotto, Tumuli Park; Busan - Andong Hahoe Village, Chungju Lake; DMZ and Panmunjom

- Program goals: provide teachers with an in-depth and experiential study of Korean civilization and history in order to strengthen Korean studies content in their schools and districts

- Program requirement: 500-word report on incorporating study tour experience into curriculum due October 4, 2010









- Program expenses: $875 (see application for details)

- Application deadline: Applications must be postmarked on or before Monday, March 1, 2010


1.  DOWNLOAD the application form --- Please read through the application form carefully to determine that you meet the eligibility requirements and will be able to fulfill the program components.

2.  COMPLETE the application form --- The form is an interactive .pdf file, so you may complete and save your changes electronically.  However, we will only accept hard copies of completed applications.

3.  SUBMIT the completed application materials --- Application materials must be postmarked on or before Monday, March 1, 2010


Please contact Miranda Ko at or at (213) 740-1307 if you have any questions or need additional information.


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