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Business & Policy Intern at Japan Society
http://www.japansociety.org/content.cfm/internship_opportunities

The Business & Policy Program seeks an intern to help with various program tasks for Fall 2016 (August – December).

General Program Description:

The Business & Policy Program hosts unique public and private programs and networking opportunities for the international business and policy community, which promote reciprocal exchange and deep engagement on issues that define U.S.-Japan relations within a global context.

Learning Opportunities:
• Learn firsthand about issues that are of interest and relevance to the U.S.-Japan business and policy communities in New York
• Discover how non-profit organizations interact with corporate sponsors
• Gain experience in the back-office tasks of ongoing program development and execution
• Interact with senior business executives from global corporations and policy leaders
• Conduct research on companies, individuals and industry sectors as needed
• Learn database management

Duties & Tasks:
• Assist with program registrations
• Handle and replenish sponsor materials
• Become familiar with corporate member firms and the benefits of corporate membership
• Assist Program staff at public events, including reception and registration, event A/V tasks, setup and breakdown
• Assist with program research and outreach as needed
• Assist to create badges, guest lists, name plates, and other program materials
• Maintain and update corporate membership records in Raiser’s Edge as needed
• Organize files and materials on programs and speakers

Qualifications:
• Interest in or knowledge of Japanese language and customs
• Interest in and knowledge of international business and international policy especially with regards to Japan
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
• Superior organizational skills, including ability to keep track of many details at once
• Ability to work with a variety of people and different projects
• Superior writing and oral skills
• Flexibility in hours
• Ability to be self-starter

This is an unpaid internship. Please e-mail a cover letter and a resume to the Business & Policy Program, at register@japansociety.org. No phone calls please.

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