Article No.
Title : Volunteer Recruitment_National Museum of Korean Contemporary History

Voluntary Exhibit Guides

at the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History



Could you confidently introduce the Republic of Korea to visiting family members or friends? If so, how exactly would you describe this country you are living in?


Korea experienced rapid growth and change in its recent past, and the associated growing pains were great. You are cordially invited to the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History to find out more about how the country you see today came to be.  


We are looking for expatriates who live in Korea and care about this country, and would like to further your understanding so that you can explain the museum exhibit in your native tongue. 


If you want to know the real story about Korea, why not become a National Museum of Korean Contemporary History voluntary exhibit guide?



1. The Program in Brief

 • Program name: Expatriate Voluntary Exhibit Guides (English and Japanese speakers) Recruitment at the NMKCH

 • Program period: January 2016 - December 2016

 • Program description: learn who to explain the exhibits to foreign visitors  

 • Program rewards: certificate of completion, prizes for the best participants

 • Program qualifications: English and Japanese speakers who are highly interested in museums and history

 • No. of program participants: around ten for each language

*Note: The number of participants could change depending on applicant screening results.


2. Candidate Selection Method and Timetable

 • Selection method: document screening

 • Selection timetable

  - Selection period: September 17 (Thurs) - October 14 (Wed), 2015

  - Announcement of selectees: October 19 (Mon), 2015

*The persons will be notified individually, and the name list will be posted on the Museum homepage.


3. What documents to submit and how

 • Documents for submission: one (1) completed application form and one (1) signed consent for using personal information  

 • How to apply: by email

       Email addresses: English speakers) and (for Japanese speakers) 

*For inquiries: Please call the Cultural Relations & Publicity Division at the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History (02-3703-9252, 9250)


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