FUNDRAISE FOR US 

You can make a difference by engaging your local community to fundraise for NKSC US!

We welcome your creative ideas to fundraise, ensuring we can continue our crucial work to empower North Koreans through access to information, leadership and development opportunities.

Download our helpful Fundraising Packet here for handy tips and guidelines on how you can create, and run a successful fundraiser today on behalf of NKSC US and our efforts for a free and open North Korea!

For any questions regarding running your own fundraiser on behalf of NKSC US, email us at: donations@nksc.us.






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BECOME A MENTOR

NKSC runs programs that support the personal and professional development of defectors. Based on the firm belief that North Koreans themselves play a crucial role in realizing prosperity and peace on a unified peninsula, NKSC works to ensure that defectors thrive in their new lives.

In 2016, NKSC U.S. will launch a new leadership and exchange program for young defectors, providing an international capacity-building program based in the US. We are seeking individuals who are passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of defectors to join our Leadership Development program as mentors.

Please email info@nksc.us to speak with one of our team members and learn how to get involved.






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WORK WITH US

Volunteer/Internship Opportunities:

NKSC U.S. recruits interns and volunteers on a year-round basis. Calls for Applications are released every quarter, check below for the next round of internship opportunities.

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WE ARE RECRUITING!

Currently, we’re looking for volunteers to join our Marketing and Fundraising Team in the following positions:

Research and Outreach Intern

  • Must be based in DC area
  • Demonstrated interest in North Korea human rights, foreign policy, or human rights activism
  • Experience on Capitol Hill/Legislative experience preferred
  • Korean language proficiency preferred

NKSC is a dynamic team with individuals of diverse backgrounds. As such, all positions require strong interpersonal and communication skills. Successful candidates will be reliable, responsible self-starters with a curiosity to learn. These positions are well-suited to individuals who are committed to long-term careers in human rights or North Korean affairs.

Location

The ideal candidate will be located in either Seoul or anywhere in the US – the position can be undertaken remotely, with regular communication via email and Skype with their NKSC supervisor.

How to apply:

If you are interested in applying for any of the above positions, please email your cover letter and resume via email to: christine.han@nksc.us.

Applicant’s cover letter should outline relevant experience, education, and reasons for wanting to work with the North Korea Strategy Center.

Jobs:

Check this page regularly for updates on upcoming job opportunities!

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