Teruko Weinberg Speaks To Students Majoring In Japanese
On November 13, TWI President Teruko Weinberg presented a seminar called “Opportunities For Bilingual Students To Work For Japanese Companies” to California State University Long Beach students majoring in Japanese. Speaking to approximately 50 freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors in the basement hall of the multicultural building, Teruko presented in both English and Japanese on topics such as “Difference Between Japanese And American Companies”, “What Japanese Companies Seek For In Bilingual Candidates”, “Example Of A Bilingual Person Who Was Hired Locally And Became Vice President Of A Japanese Company”, and at the end, interjecting her own experience and advice, spoke about “Opportunities for Working In Japan”, a topic many students majoring in Japanese are most interested in.
After the seminar, the line of students approaching Teruko individually did not stop and the American students‘ high interest in Japanese companies and Japan could be seen. Student surveys equally showed enthusiasm with comments such as “Very Useful”, “Would Like To Intern For A Japanese Company”, and “Would Like To Know More Of How To Go To Japan”. Teruko Weinberg will continue to present seminars to organizations and schools. If you would like to invite Teruko as a guest lecturer, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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