Lectures/Classes

Iwate International Youth Juku 2013

Iwate International Association

2013.08.04 (Sun)   to January 26th, 2014

“Convey ideas logically in English.” Logical thinking, critical thinking.

This year, along with developing English skills, students will learn how to communicate effectively in English.

Also, for the second lecture, students will participate in the “Iwate Program” run by the Japanese-American Student Conference, and tour disaster-hit areas with American exchange students.

Please consider participating!

For more information, please see this handout⇒ 
 
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◇Who can participate: High schoolers and college students who live in Iwate Prefecture, as well as any young person living in Iwate from age 16-25.   
   *Anyone can participate in the 1st and 7th lectures.
◇Cost: Free.
 (However participant will pay a portion of boarding coasts for overnight training camp.)
◇To apply: Please fill out application form and submit.
        

Application here⇒ 
 
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Schedule
Lecture 1 August 4th, 2013(Sun) 13:30 to 14:45
 Lecture: “Think of the Meaning Study Abroad Has.” How to make most of your experience.
 Same day, from 15:00 to 16:30
 English lecture 1: “First Reaction: Thinking Back to 3/11”
Lecture 2 August 14th (Wed) (Miyako City, Tarou area)
 Facing the Reality: Japanese-American Student Conference tour of disaster-hit areas
Lecture 3 September 15th (Sun) 14:00 to 16:00
 English Lecture 2: “Next Step: A Map to Recovery”
Lecture 4 October 6th (Sun) 14:00 to 16:00
 English Lecture 3: 「Be a Frontier: Learn From Entrepreneurs”」
Lecture 5 November 10th (Sun) 14:00 to 16:00
 English Lecture 4: “Transmitting Iwate to the World” Stay in Iwate but act globally!
Lecture 6 January 6th, 2014 (Mon) to January 7th (Tues)(Tentative dates)
 Overnight training camp(1 night, 2 days)
Lecture 7 January 26th, 2014 (Sun)
 Overseas Experience and Study Abroad Seminar


■Applications・Inquiries
Iwate International Association
Aiina5F 1-7-1 Moriokaekinishidori,
Morioka, Iwate 020-0045
Inquiry by phone or email ⇒ Contact