Via JETAA DC. Posted by Kay Monroe (Miyazaki-shi, 1995 -97).
Posted by: U.S.-Japan Research Institute
Location: Washington D.C.
Start Date: N/A
USJI’s Washington D.C. Headquarters is currently accepting applications for the fall 2012 internship position.
The U.S.-Japan Research Institute is a NPO that aims to build an intellectual community to influence decision-making in the two nations and encourage bilateral cooperation. It regularly hosts events for the public to learn about issues ranging from the economy to youth exchanges. Our interns help us by
arranging these events and attending lectures at other think tanks.
- Attend lectures at other think tanks in D.C. and write summaries;
- Help organize USJI events in Washington, D.C.;
- Proofread English versions of the USJI website, pamphlets, and other publications;
- Translate Japanese documents.
- Students and post-grads with a demonstrated background and interest in Japan;
- Excellent communication skills, including the ability to write summary reports;
- Fluent Japanese language skills preferable.
- Opportunity to network with Japanese and American government representatives, academics, and business professionals;
- USJI business cards;
- Learn about current events pertaining to Japan, East Asia, and the US-Japan alliance.
**Please note this is an unpaid internship and requires 12-16 hours per week.
Please e-mail your resume and the following application form to usjp@us-jpri. org .
USJI Internship Application Form<http://www.us- jpri.org/ en/usji_internsh ip_application_ form.doc>