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Hello, I'm Momoko!

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Hello, I'm Momoko!
Hello, my name is Momoko. I'm from Iwate prefecture in Japan.
I started the internship last Friday and I will be here at JASSW for a month until March 18.

I used to come visit Seattle often when I was studying in Montana last year, and I came back as an intern this time. I love Seattle so much because this city is beautiful and has many attractive places to see! Seafood is fantastic as well.

My goal of this internship is to learn networking skills, and to acquire skills needed at workplace in general. Also I find it fascinating to see how Japanese who live in the states orchestrate themselves in American work environment.

I look forward to connecting with you all!
Best regards,

Momoko

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Hello, I'mYuu

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Hello, I'mYuu
東洋大学文学部英語コミュニケーション学科3年の橋本由宇です。

英語を使って海外で仕事をするのは初めての経験になります。英語力は十分ではないと思いますが精一杯JASSWに貢献できるように最善を尽くします。また皆さんに会えるのを楽しみにしています。よろしくお願いいたします。

My name is Yuu Hashimoto. I am third year and I belong to Toyo university and my major is English communication. It is my first time to work in English in foreign country. Though My English level is not good enough I try to do my best and contribute to JASSW. I am looking forward to seeing you. Thank you in advance.

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Hello, my name is Miso Kwon.

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Hello, my name is Miso Kwon.
Hi, My name is Miso Kwon.
I am a female college student who came from South Korea.
I am in my senior right now and majoring in Japanese Translation and Interpretation.

I was in Japan for one year as an exchange student.
After I went back to Korea, I applied for internship program and came to the United States. For two months, I was in DC to finish the language school program and moved to Seattle last week for this internship.

I look forward to working for JASSW about four months.
Thank you for having me.

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Hello, I'm Ken

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Hello, I'm Ken
改めて自己紹介させていただきます、国際基督教大学5年の大里 健です。

大学時代はストリートダンスサークルに所属し、切磋琢磨に技を磨く日々を過ごし、一方勉強のほうはどうかというと、メジャーは心理学で、主に人の嘘、モチベーションに関する研究を行っていました。

この二つが主に主軸で、ほかにも演劇やアメフト、ボランティア、インターン、バンド様々なものに手を出すという、移り気な四年間を過ごしました。

モットーは人生楽しむ

何事も楽しく、真剣に取り組む姿勢を大事に残り少ないインターン生活乗り切ろうと思うので、よろしくお願いします。

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Hello! I'm Haruna Kano

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Hello! I'm Haruna Kano
Hello! My name is Haruna Kano. I work at Japan-America Society of the State of Washington as an intern from mid-February to early April.

I'm a college student from Japan and my major is Japanese language and literature. I have a part-time job at a shrine and I like calligraphy (Shodo). I’d like many people for learn about Japanese culture, so I want to assist people who are interested in it.
Thank you for accepting me as an intern!

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Hello I'm Masamichi Shiga

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Hello I'm Masamichi Shiga
Hello! I’m Masamichi Shiga. I was born in Tokyo Metropolis Japan. I’m studying at Chuo University and majoring in law.
From 17 February, I’m going to internship at JASSW. My English Skill is not very good, but I will try hard and contribute to JASSW.
I’m looking forward to meeting you!!

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Hello, I'm Nori.

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Hello, I'm Nori.
Hello.

This is Nori, working at city office in Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan.
I worked at JASSW as an intern four weeks, and had so nice experience.

My job in JASSW was mainly two things. First was to contact with Japanese printing company to make original files, brochures, and DVD that can help us promote America in the Schools (AIS) program. Second was to be a staff at Holiday Celebration Dinner and Auction that held on December 2nd, 2015.

Now, I came back to Japan, but my job as an intern in JASSW has not finished.
Because, my boss Akiko is coming to Hokkaido and trying to spread AIS program!
I hope many students in Japan to watch AIS program, and to take an interest in American culture. I also hope that AIS program help many students in Japan to become interested in studying abroad to gain international business and communication skills.

I looking forward to see you if you have a plan to come to Hokkaido!

Thank you.

Nori
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Hi, I'm Hiroki Matsuoka

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Hi, I'm Hiroki Matsuoka
Hello, everyone

I'm Hiroki from Tokushima in Japan, I have been here for six month.
Right now I'm a student of Highline College studying business and communication study.

Anyway I just started working here from October 2.
Mainly, I'm going to do office working using computer and support events.I would take a few time to get accustomed to the job.
However, I am going to do my best for everything and every time to contribute.

Best regards,
Hiroki
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Hello, I'm Shinnosuke.

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Hello, I'm Shinnosuke.
It's a beautiful sunny day even in the middle of October!

This is Shinnosuke Ata from Tokyo in Japan. I've been staying in Seattle so far for six months and worked since this September.
As an intern, I'm helping Japan America Society of the State of Washington staff and Japan Student Group hold some events.

The reason why I chose to work at JASSW is to have an interest in the business connection between Japan and the state of Washington; especially I am curious about why so many international large companies were born here. When I intern, I have some opportunities to meet people who I haven't met in my college. These experiences are really stimulating me.

Shinnosuke
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Hello from Mercer Island

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Hello from Mercer Island

The Japan-America Society of the State of Washington has been undergoing some changes recently, and we want to keep you all up to date as to what we're doing at the office.

The biggest news we have is that we have changed locations. After operating in Seattle for the last few decades, we have found a comfortable home in a space on Mercer Island. The move went smoothly, and we are settling in and getting back to business as usual.

The other news is that we have two new administrative staff members. Corey Nunn and Yumiko Nesheim joined us at the beginning of September, and we want you to join us in thanking them for all their work so far. We are happy to have them on the team.

If you are wanting to get involved in the projects we're doing here at the Japan-America Society of the State of Washington, please visit our website at www.jassw.org. We have our 2014 Holiday Dinner and Auction coming up. This is a prime time for volunteers and donations from members and community residents alike. Please come back frequently to find out what we have going on.
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