Call for Applications: Sakae Japan Internship Program

The Sakae Japan Internship Program (SJIP) is looking for motivated students and recent graduates who would like to start a career in Japan through tailored internships. SJIP arranges internships in a wide variety of industries on a case-by-case basis, with our main goals being to help students find gainful employment in Japan, and help Japan diversify its workforce. Those placed in internships with our affiliate companies are usually offered full-time employment should the internship proceed successfully. Application and participation is free.

We assist applicants through the entire process, from application all the way until even after beginning a full-time position with a company. We also regularly communicate with our affiliate companies and participants to ensure a healthy working environment. We provide guidance for housing, visa applications (if necessary), getting around Japan, etc.

While applications are open to everybody, there are two categories in which placements are more likely to be made at this time: for those with approximately N2-level proficiency or higher in Japanese, or those with a strong computer science background and any level of Japanese proficiency. Recent graduates and those close to graduation are also highly encouraged to apply.

For more details, please see our website: www.japan-internships.com

To register, please visit www.japan-internships.com/register/

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Paula lives in the vortex of graduate life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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