UW summer opportunity with visiting Japanese students

Want to get involved with international students this summer? The UW ISP Office (International Specialized Programs) is looking for friendly, responsible and outgoing UW students to take part in a specialized English language and Environmental Studies program for Keio University, one of Japan’s most prestigious universities.

What we’re looking for: Current UW students or Spring-quarter graduates who can live in UW dorms from August 3rd – August 21stas roommates, UW/Seattle guides, and English language partners for Keio University students. We ask that you be available most evenings to eat dinner with the students, and to organize and attend fun activities like shopping in U-Village, Frisbee at Denny Field, or attending a Mariners or Sounders game.

What you get: The Keio program provides dorms and meal cards for the duration of the program. If you are selected, you’ll develop great friendships, build your resume, learn about Japan, and have an incredible time. Previous participants have called it “the most important international experience” of their lives!

If you wish to apply or are interested in learning more about this opportunity and are a native English speaker, send your resume and cover letter to Joe Marino (jmarino) by 5 pm on May 7th at the latest!

2013 Keio Roommate Flyer.pdf


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