This 17-day leadership program takes place in Washington D.C, New York and Boston. It includes a 9-day experiential study tour to explore the most important issues and cutting-edge ideas through first-hand engagement with leaders and organizations. Participants will have many opportunities to expand their horizons and explore their future on a whole new level as they travel with like-minded peers, interact with thought-leaders and organizations in the US, and explore key historical and cultural landmarks.

Through the program, participants will:

  • Acquire the experience of service learning through teaching and knowledge sharing
  • Be encouraged to learn skills in communication and teamwork through projects
  • Learn fundamental concepts and gain fresh insights on problem-solving strategy
  • Acquire an enjoyable overseas experience while learning about U.S. history, business, politics culture and society
  • August 14-30, 2016

  • Washington D.C., New York and Boston

  • College and university students

  • USD 2,900

New York (August 15-18, 2016)

Site Visit

  • Rockefeller Center
  • Central Park
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Empire State Building
  • Columbia University
  • Cloister Museum
  • National Museum of History
  • Princeton University

Leadership Engagement

  • Columbia University Teacher’s College; dialogue with Candidate & Researcher Ryan Allen, Ph.D. & Instructor of Leadership, Ph.D. April Bang
  • Open Society Foundations; panel discussion
  • United Nations; meeting with Admissions Officers

Washington D.C. (August 19-23, 2016)

Site Visit

  • Atlas Corps
  • Georgetown University
  • Air & Space Museum
  • Arlington Cemetery
  • Newseum
  • International Leadership Foundation
  • White House Washington Monument
  • Capitol Hill Special Tour

Leadership Engagement

  • Georgetown University; meeting with Professors & Admissions Officers
  • Networking Event; dialogue with Young Professionals

Boston (August 24-29, 2016)

Site Visit

  • Harvard University Kennedy School
  • Harvard Medical School
  • MIT
  • Boston Duck
  • Philips Exeter Academy
  • Harvard Business School
  • Boston Red Sox Baseball Game
  • Yale University

Leadership Engagement

  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology; dialogue with Prof. Gil Alterovitz
  • Leadership Program; dialogue with John Lim, John Lee & Hungsoo S. Kim