IJS Career Event: Japanese Studies in My Life and Career: Alumni Panel Discussion Ohio-Japan Alumni Network

February 5, 2018
Saturday, March 3, 2018 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Page Hall, Rm 10 (1810 College Rd., OSU Campus)
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The Institute for Japanese Studies presents:    

An alumni panel featuring alumni from various industries and experiences, including:
IT
Translation
Law
Business

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Panel:

  • Jonathan Hartley: Co-founder and CTO, Innovate IP
    Previous Positions: Senior Systems Developer/Engineer, The Ohio State University;
    Japanese to English Translator, Hitachi Technical Communications
    B.A. (Japanese), The Ohio State University
     
  • Christopher Ramdeen: Assistant Attorney General, Ohio Attorney General
    JD - Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University 
    B.A. (Japanese/Creative Writing), The Ohio State University
    Study Abroad - Tenri University
     
  • Aaron Schroeder:  General Manager, Daishin Industrial USA Company
    Previous Position: Curriculum Coordinator, CthD Language School (Japan)
    B.A. (Japanese), The Ohio State University

 

Alumni from OSU programs talk about their paths taken and lessons learned, including:

  • How did the study of Japanese or Japan-related programs help you or your career?
  • How would your life and career have been different if you had studied a different or no foreign language?
  • What part of Japanese studies did you find most interesting or challenging?  
  • What advice can you give someone thinking about going into your career field?
This event is supported by the OSU Institute for Japanese Studies and U.S. Department of Education Title VI Grant to the OSU East Asian Studies Center.
 

Free and open to the public.  RSVP not required but helpful for planning.

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