1/25(土)Job-Hunting Seminar for Immigrants Application Form
(About This Seminar)
Living in Peace (LIP) is hosting a seminar for all immigrants (and their parents/legal guardians) currently residing and studying in Japan to understand the Japanese job-hunting process.

Our Goal:
 For you to understand how to approach Japanese job-hunting and what you need to prepare to find success.

Target Audience:
 Students currently seeking post-graduate employment.
 Students planning to seek post-graduate employment in the future.
 Parents or guardians of students currently seeking or planning to seek post-graduate employment in Japan.

Location: 
 5-1 FinGATE Base F (B1F) Nihonbashi, kabutocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 103-0026

Date & Time:
 Saturday, January 25th 12:00~14:00

Things to bring:
 Pen and paper

About Living in Peace
 Living in Peace (LIP) is a certified non-profit organization established in Japan. Our mission is: To eliminate poverty through equal opportunity for all. We began our journey in 2009 with two projects. One is our Micro-finance Project, through which we promote financial inclusion and access to developing countries. The other is our Children Project, which provides shelter and future support to abused or orphaned children. In April of 2018, we launched our Refugee Project to help refugees lead an independent and stable life in Japan.

https://www.living-in-peace.org/
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For students only–Current level of education or degree
For students only–Current year of study
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