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January 20, 2006

Job Hunting Seminar for English Students

This seminar is aimed at Japanese students gearing up for job-hunting and for those with study-abroad experience seeking to boost their careers. The focus is not solely on “jobs that put English ability and study-abroad experience to work” but also on what it will mean to have English ability in the coming years and on possible ideas for improving one’s career. Participants will receive hints and guides as to how the “influential power of English” can work in their careers.

The seminar is presented by eigoTown.com and Mainichi Communications. The seminar will be conducted by four speakers from a variety of organizations, and runs from 1pm to 4pm. Fees are 4,000 yen (Advance booking) or 5,000 yen (Pay at the door).

Seminar Speakers: Mr. Mike Welch / Director Communications and Creativity for the British Council. Mr. Yoshihiro Nomura / President of the Asahi Kasei Life & Living. Ms. Naomi Ikezawa / Career Counselor and President of the Platies. Mr. Robert O'Hara / From the Tsudajukukai.

There are a maximum of 80 places, so register soon to avoid disappointment. All seminar participants will be entitled to a 3,000-yen discount to attend the ELT News/eigoTown International Party which is to be held on the same day and starts shortly after the seminar.

NOTE: This seminar will be in Japanese.

Details (In Japanese) are available on the eigoTown Web site.
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