kascon 25 at yale university, march 18-20

This is for all of you Korean American students out there... Have you made plans to attend KASCON 25 yet? The Korean American Students Conference, the largest and oldest student-run ethnic-specific conference, is happening this year at Yale University, March 18-20, with a packed schedule of speakers, workshops and networking opportunities. Here are some more details:

Yale University
March 18-20

What is KASCON?
The Korean American Students Conference (KASCON) is the largest and oldest student-run ethnic-specific conference. Held annually across different schools and regions, KASCON aims to inspire Korean American students to become leaders of their community by showcasing prominent Korean American figures in a variety of different fields and encouraging discussion and reflection on issues pertinent to our community. Since the first KASCON in 1987 at Princeton University, KASCON has touched the lives of thousands of Korean Americans. This year, KASCON is hosted at Yale University and is expected to bring in over 600 attendees.
But wait! There's more:

You see, this ain't no regular KASCON -- this conference comes complete with a Kollaboration, and they're currently holding online auditions:
Kollaboration at Yale University
Date: Saturday, March 19, 2011 @ 9PM
Venue: Woolsey Hall at Yale University

Got musical talent? Think you can dance?

Go to http://www.kollaboration.org/yale/ to submit an audition application for Kollaboration. The winner will get to perform in Kollaboration at KASCON 25!

Audition applications are due by midnight of January 28, 2011 For any questions, please email us at kasconxxv@gmail.com
Think you've got what it takes? For more information, including all the rules and regulations, and to fill out the audition application form, go to Kollaboration's KASCON page here. And for further information about KASCON, and to register for the conference, go to the KASCON 25 website here.

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