Community Service & Leadership

Community Service & Leadership

This course is designed to provide specialized community service opportunities to students for establishing basic concepts and attitudes towards community service in order for them to be nurtured as global leaders who will lead to the enhancement and development of the public interest. In this program, undergraduates majoring business will have the opportunities to work with a variety of non-profit organizations in their local community or overseas area. Community Service & Leadership is a creative way to provide a public service program that fosters intellectual, social and professional enrichment for the students. It will help to reinforce academic learning with practical experience, entrepreneurship, and moral character while responding to community needs. After completing the course, students are expected to contribute to their social responsibilities as members of society.

Global Community Service

The Global Community Service program aims to produce executives with a warm heart who would fulfill their noblesse oblige. With the support of alumni Jae Yeon Won (SNU Biz class of 82), this program is being managed based on the plans organized by students themselves. The Global Community Service (GCS) promotes students to bring creative and innovative ideas forward, utilizing their knowledge in business and administration and help them aware the sense of obligation towards society as business majors.
GCS encourages students to freely propose ideas and be autonomous in every step of the program by supporting students to actively participate in setting themes and details of the projects.

Global Community Service
Year Class Nation Participants Activity
2009 GCS 1 Korea 31 - Library Construction Team
- Cultural Exchange Team
- CSR Project Team
Philippines 17
2010 GCS 2 Korea 28
Vietnam 17
2011 GCS 3 Korea 39
Vietnam 27
2012 GCS 4 China 15
Vietnam 28
2013 GCS 5 China 17
Vietnam 26
2014 GCS 6 China 18
Vietnam

Global Community Service

Dream Mentoring Program

For every semester, SNU Business School opens the Dream Mentoring Program as a credited class with the purpose of cultivating the next-generation leaders.
In the Dream Mentoring class, students work together with graduate school students mainly consisting of senior-level staff from various corporations.
The students then form a team with the socially neglected (including multinationals, those under probation, North Korean Defectors and etc.) to participate in career & life mentoring program as well as work-study programs to grant them self-esteem to ultimately become active members of society. Through the course, the senior mentors may seek an opportunity for their self-examination and social service while the undergraduate students may expect to learn fundamental ideas of social service and required personalities to become a global leader.

Participant Groups

Senior Mentors: Senior students from executive program
Mentors: CBA undergraduate students
Mentees: multinationals, those under probation, North Korean Defectors and etc.