The Spirit of Volunteerism

The biggest stumbling block of the Korean American immigrant community was the language barrier. Still, in the 4th industrial revolution and the pandemic, immigrant society is now facing the language and online computer technology barrier. If you have received interpretation or translation services to solve almost all government services or daily problems, you need a computer expert proficient in online systems beyond English skills. All of these services were not free and accountable to those in need. The reality is that these urgent needs have become a necessity for immigrant families with limited language and internet skills, while their help comes from a limited bilingual system. Accordingly, KTEC accepts registrations from Korean American leaders and professionals who wish to become volunteers and fight against the problems the Korean American immigrant community is facing silently.

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Join the Good Cause!

A brighter and healthier community begins with your open heart to make a difference to one family at a time.

Email us at contact@ktecla.org to register.