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Zoom Event, Women's History Month 2022

1st Annual Byung Han Lee Scholarship for Humanities

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1st Annual Byung Han Lee Scholarship for Humanities

Time & Location

Mar 28, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Zoom Event, Women's History Month 2022

About the Event

March 2022

Dear Multicultural Council of NY friends,

March is Women’s History Month. Multicultural Council of NY will celebrate women on our 2ndAnnual Celebrating Women’s event on March 28, 2022 at 6 p.m. At this event we will have key note speaker and winners of the essay contest will become presenters.

Our theme for 2022 is Remembrance Relive,  Rejuvenation

My father, Elder Byung Han Lee, passed away peacefully on October 18, 2021. He was my mentor in Humanities. He wrote poems which turned into a song. He and I discussed human rights at length. He was a Christian and he was close to the word of God, the Bible.

He respected people’s belief in other religion, philosophy and ways of life. He used to say that Christians can embrace all!

Many people who knew him or of him generously donated and helped me to start the Byung Han Lee Humanity Scholarship on the Multicultural Council of NY.

Please follow the following and send email to sleesegredo@multiccny.org in order to be considered for the scholarship.

In celebration of Women's History Month, the Multicultural Council of NY would like to select three female students. You can visit www.multiccny.org to view last year’s event. You can also read our goal and vision.

Look forward to receiving your application.

Sincerely,

Soh Young Lee-Segredo

Multicultural Council of NY Founder/President

ZOOM INFORMATION

Gustavo Segredo (as Host for the MultiCultural Council of New York) is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: MultiCultural Council of NY Celebrating Women's History Month 2022  Time: Mar 28, 2022 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Byung Han Lee Humanity Scholarship on the Multicultural Council of NY.

At this time we are only accepting female students work.

Categories:

Jin (진), Truth

Awarded $1,000 to a female college student who is a role model to local and/or international communities.

Sun (선), Goodness

Awarded $500 to a female high school student who is a role model to local and/or international communities

Mi (미),  Beauty

Awarded $300 to 5 thru 9th grades student who is a role model to local and/or international communities.

Deadline EXTENDED: MARCH 23, 2022

Notification:  March 25, 2022 (One student from each category will be notified.)

You must be present on March 28, Monday, 6 p.m. (EST) Zoom to join in the Women's History Month event

Required documents:

Name, grade, age, school name, extracurricular activities, talents, passions, volunteerism

Reference:

One recommendation letter from third person who believes that you qualify for this award.

Intellectual Honesty:

The essay should be written by the individual who is applying for the scholarship only.

Rubric: Judges will look into your mindfulness of humanity, creativity and grammar/convention

Write an essay answering the following questions:

1.    What is your understanding of humanity? (Paragraph 1)

2. How do you reflect on yourself and grow daily to become a better human being? (Paragraph 2)

3.    How do you show caring and kindness in your daily life? (Paragraph 3)

Length of Essay:

Do not exceed 600 words (College student), 500 words (high school student), and 400 words (5-9th graders)

Winners will be featured on www.multiccny.org

Winners' names along with photo (Please send us with high resolution) will be featured on Multicultural Council of NY. Please send your photo only when we notify you as a winner.

Judges for semi-finalists:

Ujin Lee Segredo

Daniel Lee Segredo

Sammy Lee

Rachel Lee

Kasey Lee

Judges for Finalists:

Multicultural Council of NY board members

Look forward to receiving your application.

Sincerely,

Soh Young Lee-Segredo

Multicultural Council of NY Founder/President