The Pasona Internship Program is a non-profit organization which allows outstanding undergraduate and graduate students to participate in a two month internship at a Japanese company.
The Pasona Internship Program has offered the Summer Internship Program in Japan to American graduate and selected undergraduate students since 1988. So far, over 370 students have had the unique working experience in the Japanese corporate world through the Internship Programs.
The program has offered internships at various Japanese corporations for approximately 10 students each year. Interns will receive 120,000 yen per month as allowance (subject to change depending on internship period) plus accommodations in a company dormitory. Work-related travel expenses will also be provided by the host company. Pasona Internship Program will reimburse a round-trip economy airfare between the U.S. and Japan up to $1,200.
To qualify, candidates must be highly proficient in the Japanese language and must currently be enrolled as a graduate or undergraduate student. The 2013 program will begin in early July and end in late August (application deadline: postmarked December 14, 2012).
For more information and application, please consult the official Web page.
Printed materials are currently unavailable. Application forms can be printed off the website. The Pasona Internship Program apologizes for the inconvenience.The Pasona Internship Program (formerly the Nambu Foundation)
Published: Monday, November 24, 2008
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