What is the JPort Ambassador Program?
An exclusive program to help students learn more about Japanese job-hunting (shukatsu) and equip them with the skills and tools to get a job offer.
A community of global talents preparing for shukatsu while expanding your network with people who can give you tailored tips about the job-hunting process, help you learn more about your dream careers, and prepare you for the road ahead.
Read testimonials from successful ambassadors!
Through the JPort Ambassador Program, the JPort Student Support Team hopes to be an active part of helping ambassadors succeed in their shukatsu journey.
Click through to read Lisa's success story!
Direct connection with a JPort Senpai in your target company or industry
Career Consulting, Entry Sheet checks, and mock interviews
SHORTCUT TO GETTING A JOB*
*For top performing ambassadors:
Get direct recommendations for intern and full-time offers for JPorts partner companies like Bloomberg, Hakuhodo and Daikin Shenzen
Chance to skip to the interview process (for other companies)
Get to know other ambassadors who are also job-hunting
Community events with our network of working professionals in Japan with global backgrounds
JPORT AMBASSADOR STARTER KIT
Job-hunting fundamentals in an easy to follow format
Tips from students who have already received a job offer in 2022
JPort's student network
Get 10 people to sign-up on JPort Journal
Event Information Sharing
Help increase event sign ups by sharing information on your respective SNS accounts
JPort events and content on social media
Post about JPort services or events once a month on applicable platforms (LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook)
Work with fellow ambassadors to do a group project to promote JPort! It can range from articles, SNS posts, event management, or something completely new. This is optional, but highly encouraged to build a camaraderie with your batchmates.
Who can join?
Interested in having a career in Japan
Currently enrolled in a Japanese university
Active on social media
Have an account on JPortJournal.com
Responsive to messages from the JPort Team
Good to have
Fluency in English
Japanese language proficiency of N3 or above
Member of society or club (on & off campus)