청소년 및 청년 자녀들의 건강한 성장에는 부모님들의 역할이 매우 중요합니다. 자녀들이 성장하는 과정을 함께하는 어른들이 모여 고민을 나누고 서로 격려하는 시간을 갖기 원합니다.
대상 : 주성령교회 부모님
게스트 스피커 : Helen Cha-Choe (가족상담전문가)
일시 및 장소 : 8.26.2018 주일 @ 5 PM / 주성령교회
주최 : 크로스 커넥션 인터내셔널 (CCI) ccinternational.org
좀 더 구체적인 이야기를 나누기 위해 부모님들과 자녀들을 이해하기 위한 설문을 준비했습니다. 3분 정도 소요되는 이 설문을 컴퓨터나 스마트폰을 통해 해주시면 감사하겠습니다.
CCI launches new educational programs in language and culture. Please see the images above, and feel free to contact us if you have any question or concern!
- Contact Rebeca (470) 798-7096 (Spanish for ESL Class)
- Email to email@example.com
CCI와 패션브랜드 FaithLilli는 6월 28일부터 30일까지 한국에서 트렁크쇼를 개최합니다. 보육원 퇴소 청소년들의 자립을 돕기위해 개최하는 이 쇼를 통해 총 판매금액의 30%가 기금으로 지원되어 사용되어질 것입니다. 유명 헐리웃스타들에게 사랑받는 FaithLilli의 고급 의류들을 만날 수 있는 최고의 기회입니다. 한국에서 뵙겠습니다!
- 6월 28일 목요일 - 그랜드 하얏트 호텔 서울 그랜드볼룸 (한남동)
- 6월 29일 금요일 - 한국전통식품문화관 이음 (강남)
- 6월 30일 토요일 - 사회복지재단 신망원 (경기도 양평)
자세한 사항 및 문의는 Trunk Show Korea (트렁크쇼) 페이스북 페이지를 방문해 주세요! 페이스북 페이지 바로가기
트렁크쇼 스태프 봉사자도 모집 중에 있습니다. 많은 참여 부탁드립니다!
CCI is collaborating with FaithLilli and hosting a trunk show inviting people to join and fundraise for "Starting Point" program of CCI which is supporting needed young adult to start their lives as adults.
[2017-2018 Trunk Shows Schedule] 9/16/17 Suwanee, GA; 11/4/17 Portland, OR; 12/3/17 Buckhead (Atlanta), GA; 3/24/18 Buford, GA; 6/28/18-6/30/18 Seoul, Korea
FaithLilli based in Los Angeles, CA has grown as a social enterprise to support the youth in need, and these threads have been worn by some our favorite celebrities such as Taylor Swift, Eva Longoria, Lea Michele, Kourtney Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez, Fergie, Emily Blunt, Carly Rae Jepson, and more!
Through the free membership at trunk show, supporters and participants enjoy 35% to 50% off the regular price, and the proceeds goes to help the youth in the program, "Starting Point" of CCI.
Dream Fulfillment Project
with Shin Mang Won
CCI Dream Fulfillment Project
As a project name of *F.R.I.E.N.D.S.-SMW, CCI has journeyed together with W.J and G.N in 2015, H and Y.G in 2016, and is hosting S.A and J.S in 2017.
*F.R.I.E.N.D.S.-SMW : ShinMang-Won is a children’s shelter in Korea, founded in 1952 by Rev. Sang Jin Park, and now Ms. Myung Hee Park serves as a director. CCI and ShinMang-Won mutually signed the MOU to provide the very unique opportunity to the carefully selected children of ShinMang-Won, who will be invited to the US for American cultural experience, English language training, and study/career guidance and counseling provided by CCI.
S.A and her mother barely made a day-to-day life as selling vegetables on the street and spent nights at public bath houses and motels. With the report from neighbors, a youth protection agency separated S.A from her mother, and 8-year-old S.A was sent to ShinMang-Won on 09/09/2011.
Her biological father is unreachable since 2010 after the divorce. Even before the divorce, her family was in an unstable situation because of her father’s domestic violence practice and her mother’s mental disorder. (She only remembers the negative images of her father.)
When she was sent to ShinMang-Won, she was poorly educated and unsociable compared to those in same age group; the ways she spoke and made eye contact with others were very positive and cute, though, and she could get lots of attention and cares from others.
The assessment from an elementary school suggested her to begin at the 1st grade, not her actual age grade, which is the 2nd grade; last 6 years, she has shown the great improvements and friendly and positive attitudes even though she’s been studying with the younger ones. This year she began the middle school.
She seems to have quick reflexes and is very energetic; she likes and does well in the PE class. She also loves English, and she’s eagerly looking forward to this summer program in the United States.
Her dream is to become a nail artist.
On 01/14/2006, J.S was found covered in blanket at the staircase of a condo building in one suburban area. He then was at a temporary care center and sent to ShinMangWon.
He was a good and quiet baby. He used to cry often and be pouty, but he’s always a happy and lovely child everybody loves and cares.
Becoming an elementary student, he plays and exercises a lot, and loves reading and taking care of other younger children at ShinMang-Won. He is the one voluntary assistant to all the social workers at ShinMang-Won, and loves hugging them, kissing them, and talking to them all the time.
He’s been showing the great leadership at school, and became the president of the student council of the school. He is a vocalist in the school band. He is the one real happy boy, but the saddest thing about him is that nobody knows about any of his family at all. Information about his family is totally unknown.
He wants to become an elementary school teacher when he grows up.
F.R.I.E.N.D.S. – Mentoring and Leadership Program (link to page) : CCI has developed this program as its signature program, which aims to educate and prepare the second-generation Asian-American to become the leaders and the mentors for international orphans and refugee minors.
F.R.I.E.N.D.S. stands for Freedom, Restoration, Integrity, Encouragement, Nurture, Determination and Self-sufficiency, and it’s to help teenagers and young adults turn into sound, healthy and happy adults with these qualities and characters.
Time truly flies, and as closing the second third of 2016, CCI is grateful for so many stories.
Your supports made it possible for Hyun and Yongjin from Shin Mang Won in Korea to experience unforgettable summer time here in the United States.
Office space in-kind donation from Holy Spirit Presbyterian Church! We are so thrilled to move into our new office space located at 1795 Buford Hwy., Duluth, GA 30097 in October, 2016! Holy Spirit Presbyterian Church (HSPC) is moving into a new buildingRead More
Dream-Fulfilling Project for “Y” and “H”
On July 14, 2016, “H” and “Y,” who were the subject participants of the 2nd annual CCI F.R.I.E.N.D.S. with Shin Mang Won project, arrived in Atlanta, Georgia.
2016 Overseas Koreans Foundation Grant Project
In July 2016, CCI launched the leadership program for teenagers and young adults at a local church through volunteer work. This specialized program is funded by 2016 Overseas Koreans Foundation Grant and will last till October 2016.