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Frequently Asked Questions


 
   
  1. What is NAJAS?
  2. What are member societies/centers?
  3. How can I find a Japan-America Society/Center in my region?
  4. What types of membership are available?
  5. How do we become a NAJAS member?
  6. What is the Corporate Partnership?
  7. How can I find programs/events on Japan and U.S.-Japan relations?
  8. Who supports NAJAS programs/events?
  9. How can I find information on Japan and/or U.S.-Japan relations?
  10. How can I post job openings on the Job Bank?
   

 
  Q1. What is NAJAS?
  A. NAJAS's has four main operations: to assist member societies/centers with their administration, publicity and program implementation; to provide cultural, educational and business programs; to host an annual conference for its member organizations; and to pursue national programs on behalf of its members... more
 
  Q2. What are member societies/centers?
  A. Member societies/centers are the 39 Japan-America Societies/Centers across the U.S. that belong to and share their missions with the National Association of Japan-America Societies. For a complete list of member societies/centers, please go to our Societies/Centers page.
 
  Q3. How can I find a Japan-America Society/Center in my region?
  A. Please go to our Societies/Centers page where you can search by region, state or in map. As for information regarding specific society or center, please contact them directly through the directory provided in the page.
 
  Q4. What types of membership are available?
  A. NAJAS offers two types of membership: Japan-Related Organizations and the Corporate Forum. For more information on this, please go to membership for Japan-Related Organizations and/or the Corporate Partners.
 
  Q5. How do we become a NAJAS member?
  A. Membership for Japan-related organizations requires the completion of the Basic Information Form and submission of a few other items. Details are described in the Membership for Japan-Related Organizations page. Membership application for the Corporate Partnership accompanies the understanding of the mission of the Partnership and a few other items. For more detail, please go to the Corporate Partnership page.
 
  Q6. What is the Corporate Partnership?
  A. Corporate Partnership provides members with access to various Japan-related resources, opportunities to enhance business knowledge of its members, and exchange opinions on current Japan and U.S.-Japan-related issues... more
 
  Q7. How can I find programs/events on Japan and U.S.-Japan relations?
  A. There are hundreds of Japan programs/events hosted by the NAJAS network, 39 Japan-America Societies-Centers, and other organizations. Please go to our Calendar of Events page, which allows you to search programs/events by date, location, and type. You can also go directly to our member societies/centers websites to find local programs/events. For NAJAS programs, please go to our Current Programs/Events page.
 
  Q8. Who supports NAJAS programs/events?
  A. NAJAS programs and events are supported by our Corporate Partners, as well as by project sponsors. For a complete list of sponsors, please go to Sponsors page.
 
  Q9. How can I find information on Japan and/or U.S.-Japan relations?
  A. While there are numerous possiblities, our U.S.-Japan Links would be a good place to start researching on every topic regarding Japan and U.S.-Japan relations. Also, if you are looking for general information on Japan, please visit the About Japan page.
 
  Q10. How can I post job openings to the Job Bank?
  A. NAJAS Job Bank stores hundreds of Japan-related job openings. The procedure is described in detail on the Job Bank page.
   
   
  *If you could not find answers in this page, please contact NAJAS. Thank you.

     
     
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