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History

History
December 2014 Affiliate of the Seongnam City Youth Consulting & Welfare Center
May 2014 Commendation for healthy youth fostering organization (Governor of Gyeonggi-do Province)
December 2013 1st Character Education Award (Award from the Minister of Gender Equality and Family, Sujeong Youth Center)
November 2013 Two cultural centers were selected as the best centers in a comprehensive evaluation for national training facilities (Ministry of Gender Equality and Family).
  Changed the name of the foundation (Seongnam City Youth Fostering Foundation → Seongnam City Youth Foundation)
May 2013 Selected as a training institution for special teachers regarding school violence prevention
April 2013 Selected as a wide operating agency regarding “The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award”
February 2013 Four training facilities were selected as the best facilities in a comprehensive evaluation for national training facilities (Ministry of Gender Equality and Family).
  Bundang Jeongja Youth Center was selected as the national best center and received a presidential citation.
October 2012 Presidential Citation for the Korea Sharing National Contest
July 2012 Award in the 1st best practices contest for school violence prevention and eradication (Minister of Education and Science Technology)
February 2012 Yeom Mi-Yeon inaugurated as the 2nd president
March 2010 Bundang Pangyo Youth Center opened
March 2010 Bundang Pangyo Youth Center opened
January 2010 Budang Seohyeon and Jeongja Youth Centers consigned
December 2009 Eunhaeng-dong Youth Culture Center opened
November 2008 Inauguration of the Federation, and Opening of Jungwon Youth Center