TOMODACHI Generation Summit 2018
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Tokyo, Japan | September 9, 2018
The 2018 TOMODACHI Generation Summit will gather over 500 people, including university students and young professionals from the United States and Japan who are alumni of various TOMODACHI programs. This Summit will be planned and executed by a core committee of eight alumni with support from various alumni as speakers, workshop facilitators, volunteers, and regional representatives; thus making the Summit a signature program of the TOMODACHI Alumni Leadership Program that is created by alumni, for alumni. Read More>>
Date: Sunday, September 9th, 2018
Language: English (workshop options available in Japanese)
Deadline: The application deadline has been extended to Saturday, September 1, 2018 at 23:59 Japan Standard Time
Registration Information: Click here to register.
TOMODACHI Generation Summit 2017
On September 10, the TOMODACHI Generation Summit 2017 was held at Showa Women’s University, gathering over 270 Japanese and American TOMODACHI alumni (past program participants), guests and supporters. This year, the Summit was held for the second time since 2015, and was planned and executed entirely by the alumni. The Summit commenced with opening remarks by Mr. Dennis Y. Teranishi, Chairman of the Board of Directors, U.S.-Japan Council, and Ms. Mariko Bando, Sept NL TOMO Summit 1Chancellor of Showa Women’s University, who kindly agreed to offer the venue for the Summit.
The TOMODACHI Generation Summit 2017 was held with generous support from The Prudential Foundation. Read More>>
TOMODACHI Generation Summit 2015
The first ever TOMODACHI Generation Summit was launched at Sophia University in Tokyo on November 8, 2015. This inaugural summit brought together approximately 140 university students and young professionals from the United States and Japan who are alumni of various TOMODACHI programs, including cultural exchange, homestay, and leadership programs.
TOMODACHI Generation Summit was made possible by the generous support of The Prudential Foundation, which sponsors the TOMODACHI Alumni Leadership Program. Special thanks to Delta Airlines for contributing complimentary flights to several of the American participants. Read More>>