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Event Schedule

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June

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*The event time varies depending on the language.

July 

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August

September

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Program

Introduction to Job-Hunting in Japan

1. Basics about Job-hunting in Japan

 まずは「就活」の基本を知る

2. Your Story

 一番大事な「あなただけのストーリー」(自己PR・ガクチカ)

3. Learn about Company & Visualize You at the Company

 会社のことを学び・入社後の自分を想像してみる(志望動機)

4. Company’s Expectation

 会社はどんな学生が欲しい?

5. Where to Find Companies in Japan

 グローバル学生におすすめの会社探し

20 mintues Q & A 

 大人気!なんでもMentorが答えます

Past participants say

800+ global students in Japan joined 就活101 seminar in 2020

*Press release 日本語

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Tselmuun from Mongolia
Tohoku University

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Friday from Zambia
Kwansei Gakuin University

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Thiri from Japan
Sophia University

COVID-19 made job hunting in Japan quite abrupt and challenges were doubled FOR ME. Thanks to JPort’s comprehensive service, without losing any time, promptly I’ve gained the must-knows and how to’s when looking for my desired job in Japan. Excellent program!

JPort has helped me to be more confident about job-hunting. The best experience of this program is to have all job-hunting resources and guidance in one place.

JPort has given me guidance for my job-hunting process and I secured an internship from JPort Match Company list. I am glad to have the chance to speak with experts in HR.

Message from 就活101 Mentor

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Hiromi Karahashi

Founder & CEO

JPort by SPeak corp.

City University of New York  B.A. in Forensic Psychology 
Keio University,
M.B.A.

- Native level: English & Japanese

- 8 years outside of Japan as an international student

- Worked in Large Enterprise, SME and Start-up total of 8 years

- 6 years at a global leading company in Japan

-200+ career consultation for global students in JP

- 100+  voices of HR officers in JP

- Married with a foreign national / 3 children

You are all challengers.

Some of you are living on foreign soil thousands of miles away from home.

Others may be often labeled as "different" because of their background.

Over the past few years, I've had the privilege to do career consultation with hundreds of students and encountered students who got lost in 就活, because they felt helpless being alone or losing identity/confidence.

Some cried, some lost motivation, some overcame.

Without a doubt, respecting local culture/ mastering the language is essential

to enjoy life in a foreign country, yet becoming too "Japanese" is gonna

kill your identity and uniqueness as a talent especially in 就活.

Be proactive, Do something unique, Stand out.

Believe it or not, many want to hire a person like that as a new graduate.