Promoting U.S.-Japan cultural, Educational and People-to-People Exchange
Open to US nationals
15 Mar 2018
Work permit : Not-Required
U.S. CULCON Secretariat, the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission (JUSFC), and U.S.-Japan Bridging Foundation (USJBF) in Washington, DC are seeking up to TWO 2018 Summer interns to support current initiatives, which include activities promoting U.S.-Japan cultural, educational and people-to-people exchange. Interns will be working from a small office in a team-oriented and fast-paced environment and will be expected to be both proactive and flexible in completing assignments. Duties include disseminating information via social media, and supporting TeamUp and other campaigns, among other research- and program-related activities.
Applicants should be undergraduate or graduate students and are expected to have excellent research, internet, communication and organizational skills and some knowledge of Japan and/or Japanese language (translation skills a plus). For summer interns, hours are negotiable but should be between 24-40 hours/week. Washington, DC office, flexible schedule. JUSFC/CULCON/USJBF will reimburse local transportation costs.