At the W.I.N.-Conference we realized and learned a lot.
Two words jumped at us – but they must be seen as a set.

“Diversity and Inclusion”

During a workshop, one Japanese lady spoke up and told us that she has no idea what Inclusion means in Japanese.

What do you say? Inclusionは日本語何ですか?(by Verena)

Internship Japan @ WIN conference


April 18th - 19th Internship Japan's Team (Oriana and Verena) will be at the Japan W.I.N. Conference (Facebook page: Women's International Networking).

W.I.N. granted us scholarships (meaning we as non-profit volunteer movement can join for free). We will learn a lot, understand about new opportunities and sure, we will be networking, to "EXPAND POSSIBILITIES" for all of our members as well as the W.I.N-members too. The materials are ready, us too. So please stay tuned, we will report about this giant opportunity as soon as possible.

Many thanks to W.I.N. 


On Saturday 4 Manga-ka, all graduates from the famous institute in Kyoto,
took the time to sketch logo-drafts for Internship Japan.

Which one do you like best?


Dear members,

the volunteer group Internship Japan is on the way to become an official body called Ippanshadanhojin 一般社団法人, which is a form

Not only foreigners from abroad, but also foreigners currently studying in Japan are interested in internships here. Kotykhov-sensei from Lakeland College Japan does teach more to his students than usual - the way how to make things possible is part of his education.

This week, NPOs are in the focus of the discussion - Internship Japan has been interviewed.

Please read here:


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