Finding your path: How to make the most of your Japanese Studies
Time & Location
December 3, 7pm EST
AboutKizuna Across Cultures (KAC) will host a Global Classmates Community event! Join KAC in exploring the various Japan-related opportunities available to youth and how to pursue and utilize intercultural exchange opportunities. For the first part of this event, KAC will welcome Global Classmates 2021 Summit participants Adam Ramsey and Clara Wawrzyn, to share their Summit experiences, future aspirations, and offer tips on how to make the most of intercultural exchange opportunities. In the second part of this event main speaker, Eliya Harnood, Associate Program Officer at Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA, will discuss her diverse range of experiences studying and working in the field of U.S. – Japan relations and offer advice on how to seek out new and exciting opportunities. Participants will be able to interact with the speakers during a Q&A session moderated by Kizuna Across Cultures Program Manager, Ikuko Karacsony. This is a free-to-attend event that will be offered via an interactive Zoom meeting. Register here in advance for this event. This event is supported by CGP through the Grassroots Program.
PanelistsEliya Harnood is a Associate Program Officer, Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA
Adam Ramsey is a Global Classmates Summit 2021 Participant, International School of Beaverton (Oregon)
Clara Wawrzyn is a Global Classmates Summit 2021 Participant, Glenbrook South High School (Illinois)
＊ There will be another event for students in Japan who are interested in intercultural exchange opportunities. Please see below for details (Japanese only). 参加登録はこちらから