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IB CAS Projects support the local Korean Communities

As part of their IB Diploma Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) programme, two groups of Y13 Korean students work collaboratively to use their Korean language and knowledge related to their future  university major to benefit the local community.

Korean CAS project

Year 13 students, Euiseong (Jayden), HyeunSeo (Jessica) and Sumin whose university major is related to medicine and biology started a new student organisation called “Caring Teenagers”, in order to support neighbors in Beijing since September 2021.

As the weather gets colder, they are working to assist orphans at two public Beijing orphanages and researched, via an email survey, what kind of assistance they might need. Based on the inquiry, they sought help from a private pharmaceutical business. They conducted an online presentation and sent the acquired data to a local Korean pharmaceutical company.

The company promised to supply infant necessities and toys instead of medicines due to the local prescription law restriction, and these will soon be delivered to the orphanages.

The “Caring Teenagers” expect that their project will support the young children during this difficult period. They hope that this activity will encourage other BSB students to develop their own volunteering projects and contribute to society, just like the “Caring Teenagers.”

Korean CAS project

Year 13 students, Dabin and YeonSeung (Luna) whose university major is related to business management and finance decided to use their knowledge and skills to support a middle-and-small FinTech enterprise, Toss. In Korea, the ‘Big Three’ Naver Pay, Kakao Pay, and Samsung Pay are dominating the FinTech industry. However, a start-up mobile app company, Toss, also began to rise rapidly in recent years. This activity aims to provide suggestions to the FinTech start-up- Toss, to help them stay competitive in the oligopoly market, encouraging the growth of the Korean FinTech industry along with the current global financial trends.

Dabin and Luna conducted interviews with WeChat Pay, PayPal, Naver Pay, and Toss users to discover the complaints or reviews from the FinTech apps consumers. They then sent feedback to the Toss Client Center to suggest marketing strategies to further improve its quality and increase its market share. They also investigated how the FinTech industry encountered rapid growth and its future implications in financial markets.