THINK Project is a guide book made by high school interns in Korean American Civic Empowerment, to help students came from Korea to get along with American cultures.

THINK Project consists of three chapters, American culture/lifestyle, education, and extracurricular opportunities. In first chapter, it explains essential information about American culture and society and goes over titles, manner, and tip culture.  Also, it explains important elements of American culture: movie series, comedy shows, drama, and YouTube. In second chapter, it presents American education and good habits to get good grades. Also, information about SAT test, AP classes, and college admissions are available. In last chapter, variety of extracurricular programs, clubs, and community services are listed. Some information about Korean Hagwons is also available.

THINK Project guide book is made to help Korean teens to adapt into American culture well. We hope this guidebook will benefit a lot of Korean Students. This project is free to download in Korean American Civic Empowerment website. If you have any question or comment, please email at info@kace.org.

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