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    Doosan Scholarship for Teenagers in Need

    Doosan Yonkang Foundation awards scholarships to elementary and junior high school students in need and offers them various invitational events with Doosan's executives and employees.

    Eligibility

    Students currently enrolled in elementary or junior high schools in Seoul

    Selection Method Recommendation by the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education (every February and August)

    * The school principal recommends a scholarship student to the office of education → The office of education reviews recommended students → The foundation makes the final selection

    Amusement Park Invitation Event

    2013 Amusement Park Invitation Event
    Eligibility

    Doosan teenager scholarship recipients currently enrolled in elementary schools

    Support Method

    Doosan employees meet children at their schools in the morning and take them to Amusement Park to spend a day together, in a mentor-mentee relationship.

    Baseball Game Invitation Event

    2011 Baseball Game Invitation Event
    Eligibility

    Doosan teenager scholarship recipients currently enrolled in junior high schools

    Support Method

    Doosan employees meet the students at the appointed place and spend the day with them at the baseball game in a mentor-mentee relationship.

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