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SAMSUNG FOUNDATION

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  • KOREAN
  • SAMSUNG FOUNDATION
    • PROLOGUE
    • SAMSUNG FOUNDATION OF CULTURE
    • SAMSUNG LIFE PUBLIC WELFARE FOUNDATION
    • SAMSUNG WELFARE FOUNDATION
    • HO-AM FOUNDATION
  • CULTURE AND ARTS PROJECTS
    • PROLOGUE
    • MUSEUMS RUN BY THE SAMSUNG FOUNDATION
      • Leeum, SAMSUNG Museum of Art
      • HO-AM Art Museum
    • SUPPORT FOR CULTURE AND THE ARTS
      • PARIS, Cite Internationale des Arts
      • Musical Instrument Bank
      • Culture and I
  • SOCIAL WELFARE PROJECTS
    • PROLOGUE
    • SAMSUNG CHILDCARE CENTERS
    • SAMSUNG CHILD EDUCATION AND CULTURE CENTER
    • SAMSUNG DREAM CLASS
    • SAMSUNG SCHOLARSHIP
  • PRIZE AND AWARDS
    • PROLOGUE
    • THE HO-AM PRIZE
      • Introduction
      • Prize winners
      • Nominations

Samsung Dream Class

Home Social Welfare Project Samsung Dream Class

Introduction

Samsung Dream Class is an education program organized by Samsung to support the after-school learning opportunities of junior high school students.

Since 2012 Samsung has carried out the project called ‘The Dream Class’ through which those Korean junior high school students
who had been deprived of their educational opportunities. The Dream Class was formed to provide a fair start for those junior high school
students from low income households who have great appetites for learning. The Project offers free classes for main subject topics so as to
enhance their motivation to pursue further learning and to reduce educational inequality.

The Dream Class was formed to provide a fair start for those junior high school students from low income households
who have great appetites for learning. The Project offers free classes for main subject topics so as to enhance their motivation to
pursue further learning and to reduce educational inequality.

The Dream Class has three varied programs in accordance with different areas: School Day Classes for the junior high school
students in major cities nationwide; Weekend Classes for those students in small and medium-sized cities; Vacation Camps for those
in smaller towns and islands.