JPort and TIU EAA present our "How to Land a Job in Japan" 就活 Career Seminar event that aims to empower international students to understand and master the necessities to do Job-hunting in Japan（就活). Rather than just introducing students to opportunities, we will be giving pointers on the fundamentals of writing a Japanese CV and interview, the culture of Japanese job-hunting, beneficial skills to be highlighted based on HR voices and tips on building your professional profile as a student including resources that can be used by International students. The highlight of the event will be a sharing session from Tokyo International University alumni from different fields and industry, to give tips and advice to International students interested in working in Japan.
SENPAIS SHARING FOR EVENT
International Flight Attendant at
Spring Airlines (春秋航空)
Academic Affairs Officer at
Tokyo International University
Jawad Mukkath Puliyakottu
Associate Business Analyst at
Thanh Hai Nguyen
Data Analyst / Front End Dev at
Location: ZOOM Online Conference
* After filling this form, you will receive the link to join the event
along with the password to enter the conference room.
Maximum Capacity: 100 Participants
Your Mentor For The Event
Founder and CEO of 株式会社SPeak
Bachelors in Forensic Psychology from
University of New York: John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Masters in Business Administration from
Keio Business School
Basic introduction of Job-hunting in Japan
(how to create a cv, prepare for an interview, etc)
How to prepare and conduct 就活 during COVID-19 Pandemic
Professional profile building for 1st year to 4th year students
Types of companies in Japan: How to look for them and how to apply for Internships or Full-time
Interactive QnA Session with Tokyo International University
Can't Make It To This Event?
Book a 1-on-1 Online Consultation
From writing a CV and even until you receive your first offer, the Japanese Job Hunting system is very different than the rest of the world.
We are here to assist you on building your Japanese resume and help you prepare for job interviews in Japan. All in Japanese or English and of course, free of charge.
Consult about your career interest in Japan based on the company or industry that you are interested in working.