Thank you for your interest in the Japan Society of Northern California.
The Japan Society of Northern California (JSNC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening cooperation and understanding between the peoples of the United States and Japan through programs that expand knowledge of Japan and foster personal interaction among the Japan and US communities of Northern California.
The Japan Society of Northern California welcomes inquiries regarding volunteering to help us in our mission. Volunteer opportunities include short-term event volunteers, and longer-term volunteers. Please send inquiries to email@example.com.
We are proud to offer job listings from our many Corporate Members:
The Gala Intern is a temporary position with a modest stipend that supports the Program Coordinator and JSNC staff in preparation for its Annual Award of Honor Gala on Saturday, November 19, 2016. Position requires a friendly, positive office demeanor, good organizational skills and attention to detail, and a capacity to multi-task. The intern is part of a small team, demonstrating initiative to solve challenges.
The Japan Society of Northern California is an educational non-profit whose mission is to advance US-Japan collaboration, innovation, and understanding in a global context. Each year, the Society holds its Award of Honor Gala in the fall to recognize individuals and institutions which have demonstrated exemplary commitment to furthering the US-Japan relationship across a diverse range of interests.
This year the JSNC will recognize Hiroshi Mikitani, Chairman and CEO of Rakuten and founder of JANE (Japan Association of New Economy), and noted film director, producer, screenwriter, author, animator and manga artist, Hayao Miyazaki with the “Award of Honor”. We will also bestow the “World Imaginator Award” honors to Studio Ghibli which best known for its animated feature films and commercials.
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