Update : 2019.06.07  Fri  No : 503
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Feature
Why Don’t You Try?

NGOs are more open to us than we think. These are the activities of NGOs that university students can join in. Why don’t you give it a try?


PSCORE (People for Successful Corean Reunification)

  • Homepage: edu.pscore.org
  • Introduction: PSCORE works for North Korean human rights, unification, education, and donation. Their aim is to help Korea unify peacefully and improve North Korea’s human rights issues.
  • Programs for You: You can volunteer tutoring for North Korean defector students. If you sign up in the homepage as a tutor, you will be matched with a student.

Loving Hands

  • Introduction: Loving Hands is a social welfare service NGO. They provide mentoring programs for children and teenagers who need help and care.
  • Programs for You: Mentors who are certified by Loving Hands’ mentor education program are matched with mentees. You can become a mentor, program organizer, teacher, UCC designer etc.

Global Care

  • Introduction: Global Care is a international relief and development NGO. They do volunteer activities for those who need help in the world, including Korea.
  • Programs for You: You can do medical services oversea or in Korea, interpretation for the patient, document translation, web designing etc.

GVC(Global Civic Sharing)

  • Homepage: www.gcs.or.kr
  • Introduction: GVC is an international development NGO that promotes sustainable development in developing nations. They give aid to victims of war and natural disasters, do campaigns and educational programs to empower civil societies, etc.
  • Programs for You: You can work in the development site and experience how development programs work by applying to International Programs, become an intern or participate in diverse activities and campaigns in Korea.

Green Transport

  • Introduction: Green Transport is an NGO that promotes an environment where everybody can use transportation easily and helps families who got injured from serious car accidents.
  • Programs for You: You can help children who lost their parents in car accidents by teaching them and doing activities together, monitor people’s use of transportation and transportation policies.

2013.03.18  No : 452 By Park Ji-yeon
 
CYBER SPACE
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New Paradigm for N.K
Welcoming Ceremony for 2013
International Survey: What
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Our Path in Cyber Space
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Opinion  
Editorial
Walking on the Road Not Taken
Eye of The Argus
New Paradigm for N.K
As a webtoon fanatic!
Photo Essay
Take your step, A step forward, crossing the border of the unknown and fear.
The Possibility of Variety
Cartoon
What goes around comes around
Newsdesk  
HUFS Welcomes Freshmen in Admission Ceremony
Proud HUFSan Award Granted
Minerva Complex Named after U.S President Obama
Local Govt. Supports Student Employment
Law School Recognized for Language System
A Further Step with Azerbaijan
HUFS Regains Academic Ties with Sophia Univ.
HUFS and KIOST Backs up Marine Tech
HUFS and ITI Forge Cooperative Work
High School Students Consult about HUFS Admission and Majors
Campus  
A Shot on Campus
Welcoming Ceremony for 2013 Incoming Students
Youth Casting
Wheelchair, Not a Big Deal
Footsteps
Yeosu, the Place Embracing Painful Memories and Hope
New Beginning Not the End
National  
Brain Swap
International Survey: What Do You Think about Internships?
Feature
NGOs Forced in the Shadows
Feature
Why Don’t You Try?
Theory&Critique  
Cover Story
CYBER SPACE
Cover Story
Our Path in Cyber Space
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Your Trace in Cyber Space even after Death
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Online Community, Home “Sweet” Home
Cover Story
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Culture  
Reportage
Special Day with Harmony Makers
Proud HUFSan
HUFS-UPEACE, Pushing Its Way to the World