They will visit the White House as part of a celebration of their achievements.
More than 200 athletes and delegates involved in the South Korean Games will visit the official residence of American President Donald Trump in Washington D.C. on April 27, to celebrate and honour their success.
Before then, however, the athletes will attend two more events.
The first will be the Athlete Career and Education Summit in Arlington on April 24, which is designed to give the athletes an opportunity to explore career and education initiatives.
They will be able to find out more about the United States Olympic Committee's Athlete Career and Education programme and will also learn how to leverage their athletic careers by developing their own personal brands.
Athlete Career and Education Summit director Leslie Klein said: "US Olympic and Paralympic athletes are incredibly accomplished at pursuing and attaining greatness in their sport, but that dedication has not permitted most of them to prepare for careers beyond the Games.
"We want to empower them with the best tools available to innovate their future and redirect their minds and energy into thriving lives."
The athletes will then attend the Team USA Awards Best of the Games ceremony at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington D.C. on April 26.
Athletes nominated in six categories recognising the best male, female and team competitors from Pyeongchang 2018 will be given their awards.
The Jesse Owens Olympic Spirit Award, which recognises an individual, group or community who have served as a "powerful force for good in society", and has "gone above and beyond in their support of the United States team", will also be handed out.