We can listen to Mizutani Osamu’s speech in the Showa Memorial Auditorium. He was a teacher and he called “Night watchman Teacher”. Becau he patrols downtown for young people at night. He helped many Delinquency young people. There are many books written by him. One of his book was Dramatized, so he is famous. It will be special time for us to listen to his speech.
On June 23rd, UNIQLO announced the company’s official language will be English from March 2012. Offices in Japan,documents, and meetings with executives will conduct basically in English.
Yanagii Tadasi, CEO, said ” To survive a Japanese company in the world, the common language will become English,and we need enhance communication between staffs. As a minimum standards that all staffs can work abroad ,they have to get more than 700 score on international English proficiency test “TOEIC”. The manager, executives and other non-English speaking Chinese staffs will be compeled to take the English training, and transfering overseas will be routine. Also, UNIQLO will increase the recruitment of foreigners, and is planning to adopt about 300 people on 2011,about 600 people on 2012, and about 1200 people on 2013.
６月１９日に世田谷子育てファミリーフェスタが行われ、英コミブースでは、かるた・ビンゴ・歌・インタビューをしました。たくさんの小さい子どもたち（１歳から５歳くらいまでの）が来て、一緒に英語の歌 ”Head, shoulders, knees and toes” や”Five Little Monkeys” を歌ったり踊ったりしました。最後に、子どもたちへこの歌詞カード付きのメダルをあげました。:-)
Setagaya Parenting Family festival was held on June 19, and we did “playing card and bingo, sing, and interview at English Communication booth. Many young children (age 1 to 5 years old) came, and we sang and danced “Head, shoulders, knees and toes” and “Five Little Monkeys” together. After that, we gave a medal with lyric to them. 🙂
I was a campus adviser at this event. I was in charge of EiComi booth at 80nenkan. Many high school students came here and talked with us. I talked 5 or 6 students were very interested in EiComi. And I was so happy some of them really want to join the BLIP program. Actually I am a member of BLIP08 so I talked to them about my experiences in Boston. I hope they will come to this university in next year and enjoy in here!
I was being campus adviser at this event. I was in charge of EiComi booth at 80 nenkan. Many high school students came here and talked with us. I talked 5 or 6 students were very interested in EiComi. And I was so happy some of them really want to join the BLIP program. Actually I am a member of BLIP08 so I talked to them about my experiences in Boston. I hope they will come to this university in next year and enjoy in here!
Now comes in third year to determine the stage into his seminar. This year seminars are offered 16 courses. There are in three areas, culture, language, communication. We must apply for an interview prior to the seminar. Students for the seminar is to ask questions and tell them that I myself have preferred to just go into my seminar teacher. Seminar and put everyone first choice but not always. So, you must also decide some candidates.
Mino H. is third year now, says the biggest thing you could want to choose your seminar. Very many students are confused about whether to have a seminar course which is also 16. The deadline is next Tuesday.
A job-related courses started, and many students would be worried about job hunting. I introduce the features of “Job NAVI”. The Job NAVI is the university support system that students can view Company information and briefings. You can find information of a recruitment company with using Job NAVI. You can also view records of job experiences. From here you can also make an appointment to simulate interview. Job search functions are substantial, and you can search from kinds of industry, occupation, work location, and etc. Internship is the first step recommended to job-hunt. By actual experience into the business, they know many thing they had never knew. Internships are also a good opportunity to learn business etiquette. Let’s get ready to society.