The University of Wisconsin-Madison STARTALK Korean Language & Culture Academy (KLCA) is a FREE, four-week, non-credit, non-residential program for high school students interested in exploring Korean language and culture. Through engaging, interactive learning activities, students will learn to communicate in Korean while exploring Korean cultural practices and traditions. Read more>
Save the date for STARTALK KLCA 2021 virtual program!
We missed you all in summer 2020 and hope that you found other ways to learn about Korean language and culture from the safety of your home. We have begun planning for STARTALK KLCA 2021 which will be held virtually, with synchronous instruction. As our plans become clearer, we will communicate them to you (join our email list – see below). For now, we hope you will save these dates for our summer 2021 program: June 14 – July 16, with no classes June 30 – July 6.
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STARTALK is a national project funded by the National Security Agency. STARTALK’s mission is to increase the number of U.S. citizens learning, speaking, and teaching critical-need languages, with programs nationwide for students (K-16) and teachers.
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