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KACE (Korean American Civic Empowerment) is proud to announce that registration for the 2023 KACE CLC is now open!

(Google Street View of Met Church, 150 East 62nd Street, New York, NY 10065)

Met Church
150 East 62nd Street
New York, NY 10065

Date and Time:
May 25, 2023 (Thurs)
9:30 AM – 8:30 PM

This program will be completely in-person, and is open to college-aged young adults interested in contributing toward the Korean American community.  There will not be a livestream.

Through this program, young adults will learn about the responsibilities of being a Korean American in the modern day.  Topics that will be covered include networking, grassroots activism, voting rights and voting advocacy, and taking the lead in action.

We hope that by the end of the program, all participants will be empowered with a greater understanding and appreciation of the strength they possess, and a sense of purpose of their place within the Korean American community at large.

A light breakfast, a luncheon, and a catered dinner will be provided on site.

Program Fee:
There is no program fee
. However, if you receive a confirmation email of your registration, but are later unable to attend, please notify us at immediately so that we can offer your seat to the next person on the waitlist. Thank you for your courtesy and cooperation.

For any questions, you may contact us at or call us at (718) 961-4117.

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About Korean American Civic Empowerment (“KACE”):
KACE is a non-partisan, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering the Korean American community through community education and active civic engagement since 1996. KACE hosts several workshops and events every year to empower Korean Americans of all ages in fostering this community of a shared heritage and history. Conferences such as this are hosted with the mission of empowering young adult Korean Americans by encouraging and supporting them to seek to become the next leaders of our community.