Building a Japan-Related Career
Wednesday, September 15 from 8:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. EDT
Interested in finding or establishing a Japan-related career? U.S.-Japan Bridging Foundation’s Japan-Related Careers Webinar series begins Wednesday, September 15. Kasia Lynch, founder of Ikigai Connections, will join moderator Tom Mason, Bridging Foundation Executive Director, in this opening session of the webinar series.
Japan-related career options
Top recommendations for job searching and career development
Four main career paths to consider: in Japan, in the U.S., in other countries, freelancing
Inspiring examples of senpai who have mixed Japanese language and culture into their careers
There will be a Q&A following the presentation.
To register, please visit U.S.-Japan Bridging Foundation’s website.
About Kasia Lynch
Kasia Lynch is a Japanese jobs expert committed to connecting people who have an interest in Japan with Japan-related careers. She created Ikigai Connections in 2018 to advise people on job hunting in Japan and using language and cultural skills in a career. To learn more about her Japanese job board, please visit the Ikigai Connections website.
Japan-Culture•NYC Business Editor Yvonne Burton interviewed Kasia. Read her article here.
About U.S.-Japan Bridging Foundation
The U.S.-Japan Bridging Foundation is a non-profit organization that inspires American undergraduates to pursue Japan-related careers by providing scholarships for study abroad as well as mentoring and networking opportunities. For more information, please visit their website.
The series will offer several helpful webinars with experts who have successfully networked in Japan and the U.S. and built businesses related to Japan. Click here to see the full schedule.
Indeed and Recruit are sponsors of the webinar series. U.S.-Japan Bridging Foundation presents the series in partnership with the American Association of Teachers of Japanese, The American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, Japan-America Society of Washington D.C., J.C.C. Fund of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York, Japan-United States Friendship Commission, and USJETAA.