March 9, 2021 ALL

Tonight: Japanese/Asian Studies Career Networking Event

Why study Japanese language and culture? Want to know how to boost your career potential and earning power? Join the Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures for a virtual networking session March 9 (tonight!) at 7:00pm. We have invited John Carroll graduates to share their stories of how their language study has given them advantages in their post-graduate career and educational pursuits.
This is a great opportunity to connect with JCU grads in fields you may be interested in. Our alumni guests are ready to discuss how they combined Japanese with other academic interests, and how the skills acquired through the study of languages can open career and educational pathways.
If you didn’t get a Zoom link already, please email
Alumni participating tonight include:
Greg ’13, PhD, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Molecular Robot Research Institution; Double major in Computer Science and East Asian Studies
Codey ’18, Project Manager at Kube Sports Complex (Hammond, IN), pursuing MA in Japanese Pedagogy at Indiana University; Major in Communications and Visual Media
Jacqueline ’18, United Nations; Double major in East Asian Studies and Business; Through the JET program, she taught English at the junior high school in Hokkaido, Japan in 2019; Pursuing MA in Japanese Studies
Daniel ’13, NASA; Double major in Computer Science and East Asian Studies
Margo ’19, Web designer and manager for Conway Tiffany, and Community Outreach with University Hospitals; Double major in Communications (Integrated Marketing) and East Asian Studies
Kitty ’19, HR Coordinator, Pathology department at Case Western Reserve University; Psychology major, business minor