The Japan-America Society of Washington DC offers the following employment opportunities and/or resources:

Resume Circulation Service

If you have Japan-related work or study experience and are job hunting, our Resume Circulation Service will get your resume placed on the desks of top Japanese and American executives in the Washington area. A fee of $30 is required.

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The Society offers a number of unpaid positions each seasonal term (winter, spring, summer, and fall). In addition to specific duties related to Japan Bowl, Sakura Matsuri, and Japan-in-a-Suitcase, interns with the Society are given valuable event planning and program management experience as well as networking opportunities with officials from various fields and Washington D.C. institutions.

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The Japan-America Society staff is small, but full-time and part-time employment opportunities sometimes are available.

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The Society welcomes all those wishing to volunteer with us to promote the U.S.-Japan friendship in our communities.

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Due to the developing COVID-19 situation, JASWDC has moved to postpone the Sakura Matsuri - Japanese Street FestivalRead More