The Korea Daily News, Inc. of New York is hosting the 2017 Education Fair on Aug. 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at J.H.S 189 Daniel Carter Beard School in Flushing, N.Y. (144-80 Barclay Avenue, Flushing, NY 11355).

The Education Fair is an annual event that is presented by McDonalds.

The purpose of this event is to connect students and parents from minority communities with colleges and universities.

Moreover, it provides them with necessary resources to learn about a variety of educational information.

This year, The Korea Daily News has invited speakers who will share their inspirational experiences and stories.

Donald Kim, a college consultant who graduated from Brown University with a bachelor’s and master’s degrees, will give a speech about the college admissions process and college preparation tips.

The Long Island Conservatory, a college consulting organization, will inform students and parents about college essay writing, music education and the science research competitions.

Jeffrey Kim, a lawyer who has graduated from West Point, is going to talk about how graduating from West Point affected his practice as a lawyer.

Dr. Hyun Ji Lee will give a speech about medical schools and share stories about being a physician.

Parents will learn about college financial aid from Jun Gun Rho, college financial aid professional.

Students from Harvard, Columbia, Brown, and New York University will share their college life experiences.

The 2017 Education Fair will feature a seminar focusing on the gifted program admissions process; the specialized high school admissions for middle school students and parents; and the ACT.

The fair will also have a booth that details the New York State tuition free program “Excelsior Scholarship.”

Furthermore, students will get the opportunity to gain more information about colleges and universities from the college booths and student mentor booths at the fair.

Attendees will be able to talk and ask questions to college representatives at these booths.

Admissions to the 2017 Education Fair is free for all attendees.

If you have any questions about the fair, please contact 347-396-3059.

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