Thanks to JET alum Paul Benson (Fukui-ken, 2006-08), who serves as the associate editor of the English page and translates for The Shukan NY Seikatsu Newspaper, for sharing this opportunity with the JET alum community. Posted by Kay Monroe (Miyazaki-shi, 1995 -97)
Position: Translators and Writers
Posted by: Shukan NY Seikatsu Newspaper
Location: New York, NY
Start date: N/A
Are you interested in writing about Japanese culture in New York? Do you have a lot to say and burn with zeal to express it? Are you interested in starting a career in Japanese-English translation? The Shukan NY Seikatsu newspaper (週刊NY生活) looking for you! The paper is looking to expand its volunteer base of translators and writers.
The paper is looking for starting translators looking for experience to volunteer their services to the newspaper, translating short articles from the Japanese edition. We are also looking for insightful volunteer writers to provide English-language articles focusing on Japanese culture and New York.
The Shukan NY Seikatu newspaper was established in 2004. We are a weekly publication reaching a total circulation of 20,000. For more information (Japanese and English), please see our website at http://www.nyseikatsu.com/. To apply, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The cut off date for submissions is July 15.