U.S.-JAPAN COUNCIL & THE TOMODACHI INITIATIVE
The U.S.-Japan Council (Japan) is a certified charitable organization (Koeki Zaidan Hojin), and administers the TOMODACHI Initiative, a public-private partnership forged after the Great East Japan Earthquake in collaboration with the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo with the support of the Government of Japan. TOMODACHI invests in the next generation of Japanese and American leaders through educational and cultural exchanges as well as leadership programs. We seek to foster a “TOMODACHI Generation” of young American and Japanese leaders who are committed to and engaged in strengthening U.S.-Japan relations, appreciate each other’s countries and cultures, and possess the global skills and mindsets needed to contribute to and thrive in a more cooperative, prosperous, and secure world.
TOMODACHI Initiative Intern Tokyo Office (Remote)
OVERVIEW OF INTERNSHIP
The TOMODACHI Initiative are currently seeking interns. The internship offers an exciting environment where interns will be exposed to the non-profit, corporate, and government fields simultaneously. Responsibilities include creating and drafting documents, translation, website management, social media management, newsletter development support, public speaking, communication with program participants, designing presentations and posters, and event planning. Please note that this internship is unpaid.
Applicants should meet the following requirements:
- Bilingual proficiency in spoken and written Japanese and English
- Commit at least 16 hours per week for a minimum of three months
- Maintain good academic standing at an accredited university, college, or technical program
Please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.