Korean Community Health & Education EXPO

Posted by on March 22, 2010

Korean Community Health & Education EXPO
May 8, 2010

On behalf of North Penn Area Coalition for Korean Americans (NPACKA), we are pleased to extend an invitation to you, your family, friends and colleagues to attend the Korean Community Health & Education EXPO, scheduled for May 8, 2010 in North Wales, PA.  The purpose of this EXPO is to raise visibility of various health & wellness and human service organizations and programs that are available to the Korean American community, share education-related information and provide opportunities to meet with college admission teams in the greater Philadelphia area in order to strengthen Korean and American community relationships and respond to the needs of Korean Americans.

We hope you can support our efforts by joining us on this exciting day.  The day is divided into two sessions – one in the morning and one in the afternoon.

Morning Session:        9:00AM – 12:00 NOON    Health Conference
Afternoon Session: 1:00PM – 5:00 PM      Education Conference, College EXPO, Health Screenings & Health Consultation

The costs of attending these events will be free to the community.  However, we ask for your support to ensure that the Korean community and others will be able to attend and participate in this important program. Your support will help assure that as many Korean Americans are represented and will be helped to partake of the American Dream within this great country.

Please return the sponsorship contract form with the amount of your sponsorship support by April 15, 2010 to Jaisohn Center, 2506 N. Broad St. Suite #202, Colmar, PA 18915. If you have any questions, please call Dr. Whan Soon Chung at Philip Jaisohn Center, 215-224-2000.

To obtain the sponsorship contract, please contact Dr. Whan Soon Chung at Philip Jaisohn Center, 215-224-2000.

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