Harvard College Korean Adoptee Mentorship Program

Purpose Statement

The Harvard College Korean Adoptee Mentorship Program (HCKAMP) is a non-partisan, non-ethnic, and non-religious group formed in pursuit of contributing to the social development of Korean adoptees of the greater Boston area through fostering close relationships between student mentors and Korean adoptees. HCKAMP, through a curriculum of educational and creative activities, introduces students to aspects of Korean culture and multicultural identity, and aims to build confidence and a sense of community. HCKAMP's primary goal is to address the unique cultural and social issues that young Korean adoptees of the greater Boston community face.

Organization Information