Deadline Approaching: USJC Emerging Leaders Program
JUNE 29th Deadline
The U.S.-Japan Council seeks young and driven Japanese Americans to apply for the 2012 USJC Emerging Leaders Program. Program participants receive an all-expense-paid trip to the 2012 U.S.-Japan Council Annual Conference in Seattle, WA.
The Conference is a forum for education and networking among the highest levels of leadership in business, public policy, academia, journalism and community organizations. By providing access to senior leaders on key U.S.-Japan topics and mentorship opportunities, the program aims to motivate young professionals to pursue further activities that promote strong and positive U.S.-Japan relations.
Ideal candidates for the USJC Emerging Leaders Program should meet the following criteria:
Young Japanese American professional or college students 18-35 years of age.
Demonstrated leadership potential and interest.
Ability to express his/her interest in U.S.-Japan relations through professional, academic, extra-curricular and/or community involvement.
Commitment to remain involved in U.S.-Japan relations in regional or national activities.
Questions about the program? Contact West Coast Program Director Bryan Takeda at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for more information and to download the application.
This post was submitted by Charlie Jensen.