Category Archives: interviewing

Japanese Studies: 5-10-20 – From 10 years out the gate.

As the first article in our Japanese Studies: 5-10-20 series, Lara Mones, who is a Program Officer with Japan Society’s Performing Arts Program, will discuss her experiences and tips for the eventual encounter with the job market in Japan-related fields. === … Continue reading

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CFN Tokyo Summer Career Forum 2013

Dates: June 29 (Sat.) & 30 (Sun.), 2013 Location: Tokyo Big Sight, West Hall 1F, 3-11-1 Ariake Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0063 Career Forum is a job fair organized by DISCO International, where companies recruit their future employees. Likewise, candidates, primarily graduating students … Continue reading

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Japan Student Network Forum: A Look Into the Future [Chicago]

Via the Japan America Society of Chicago (JASC) Facebook page with thanks to Saira! http://www.jaschicago.org/events/?ee=32 Japan Student Network Forum A Look Into the Future: Global Chicago, Global Me シカゴ日米協会主催 学生ネットワークフォーラム Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2013, 6:00-8:30 p.m. Location: Chicago Cultural … Continue reading

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Conference: New England Re-entry Conference, Stonehill College, MA, September 22, 2012

Are you a student who recently returned from study abroad, living in the Boston area, looking to network, and access vital information for the future? Check out the New England Study Abroad Re-entry Conference, happening this month! Fall 2012 Conference: … Continue reading

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On Museum Volunteering / Internships

Our main article kicking off the 2012 year is a guest piece by Travis, an MA student in art history who also runs the blog “茶有の者 – A Man with Tea.” We’re happy to have him and look forward to … Continue reading

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An introduction to the MEXT scholarship

Today’s feature article is a written by Chris Kern, a Ph.D. student of The Ohio State University who will be traveling to Japan this month as a MEXT (or Monbukagakusho 文部科学省) award recipient. He introduces what the MEXT scholarship is … Continue reading

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JET Application The Sequel: The Interview Strikes Back

Long time no see guys.  Sorry about the radio silence. However, my sources (and by sources I mean Facebook) tell me that the results for JET interviews have been released and those chosen are beginning to freak out a bit. … Continue reading

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The Job Hunt – Using Consulting Agencies

The job hunt can be daunting for anyone. Where to look? What’s out there? Is it right for you? To talk a little bit about one of the options people have when searching for bilingual jobs related to Japan, Steve … Continue reading

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Interviewing for a Position in a Japanese Work Environment

Interviewing for a Position in a Japanese work environment. Hello!! My name is Rachel and I am back to write about my personal experiences with the interview process for a position in a Japanese work environment. This entry is a … Continue reading

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