About NichiBei Connect
The Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission created NichiBei Connect in an effort to assist Americans and Japanese who have lived, worked or studied in one another’s country build pathways for professional development and remain engaged with Japan and the United States. During its discussions about the future of the U.S.-Japan relationship, CULCON’s Next Generation Task Force Members had identified the need for a platform that would serve as a growing warehouse of searchable information about U.S.-Japan related jobs, internships, scholarships and fellowships. NichiBei Connect is an updated, searchable warehouse of opportunities in the field of U.S.-Japan relations. Users may register on NichiBei Connect as opportunity seekers or as contributors.
The website is funded and maintained by the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission (The Commission).
About the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission
The Commission was established as an independent U.S. government agency by the United States Congress (P.L. 94-118) in 1975 to strengthen the U.S.-Japan relationship through educational, cultural, and intellectual exchange. The Commission is a grant-making agency that supports research, education, public affairs and exchange with Japan. It also serves to maintain expertise on Japan Studies throughout U.S. academic and professional institutions.