The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and is designed to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. The Fulbright Korean-American Educational Commission (한미교육위원단) awards grants to Americans to teach or do research in South Korea every year. This website is for alumni of the Fulbright Korea program.

The 2016-17 FKAR Committee Welcomes You

The 2016-2017 Alumni Relations Committee: Mike Roderick, Cara Mooney, Uma Veerappan, Chris Hoffman, Nikki Brueggeman, Annaliese Schroeder, Hillary Veitch.

The 2016-2017 Alumni Relations Committee: Mike Roderick (added in), Cara Mooney, Uma Veerappan, Chris Hoffman, Nikki Brueggeman, Annaliese Schroeder, Hillary Veitch.

Hillary Veitch, a founding FKAR member, with returning second year ETAS Cara Mooney and Annaliese Schroeder are proud to announce the addition of four amazing committee members: Mike Roderick and Nikki Brueggeman (’15-17) and Uma Veerappan and Chris Hoffman (’16-’17).

On this website you’ll find:

  • Our exhaustive alumni database, with information about careers and location of hundreds of current and former Fulbright Korea grantees all over the world. Make sure your own information is up to date. If you have moved jobs or cities, please let us know.
  • Fulbright events to keep you in touch with other grantees from your class, your current city, and who have mutual interests.
  • Updates like the Newsletter to provide a broad look at what’s new with the program, and in-depth features of new programs and outstanding alumni. Take a look–you might even see some familiar faces! See all of our news on our blog.

The impact of Fulbright Korea lasts far beyond the end of your grant. We’re known as the “gold standard” not just because we attract talented individuals, but because of generous and thoughtful alumni like you.

We hope you take advantage of all the ways the Alumni Committee offers to connect with each other and with the current program. We’ll stay in touch with you through the newsletter, on social media, and other communications. Be sure to stay in touch with us. We’d love to hear from you!

We value your insights on how we can improve your alumni experience. The Fulbright Korea Alumni Relations Committee can be reached with questions, comments, and suggestions via email.