Do you like interacting with children?
Would you like to visit a Japanese elementary school for a day?
How about having lunch with kids and joining in their school activities?
Then sign up now!
For this program Waseda students will get to spend a day chatting in English with pupils at a Waseda affiliated elementary school.
No Japanese language skills are needed and no advance preparation is required! Just enjoy chatting with the kids!
The program is a great opportunity to see what Japanese school life is like and is ideal for those interested in cross-cultural education, volunteering and exchanging with Japanese pupils.
Places on this program are limited so sign up today!
Wasedajitsugyo Elementary School (Kokubunji, Tokyo)
Date & Time
Nov 30 (Fri), 9:15am-13:15pm
(Meet at the school at 9:15am. You can skip lunch which is from 12:15-13:15)
5th grade elementary school students
“What we think might be useful information for you to know about our country”.
The students will be preparing to tell you about what they think will be good to know about life in Japan and talk about cultural differences.
Waseda Students who can speak English.
(Native level fluency is NOT required)
6 international students and 6 Japanese students who can speak English.
(A lottery will be held if applicants exceed the capacity)
Please register using the Application Form via MyWaseda
Nov 19 (Mon), 9:00am (Results will also be announced by email on this date)
Nov 23 (Fri) 12:20-12:40pm @ ICC (1F Bldg. 3) (*If you cannot attend, please tell us beforehand)
*ICC staff will not accompany participants on to this event.
*Transportation expenses will be provided by the school.
*Although this is a volunteer program, participants will be a part of a class at scheduled time for a school, and so dropping out of the program or being late is not acceptable.