Japan-America Society of Washington, Inc. Internship Profile
Founded in 1957, the Japan-America Society of Washington, D.C. is an educational and cultural organization that serves individuals and institutions with an interest in Japan and U.S.-Japan relations. It promotes awareness of American and Japanese relations through cultural and public affairs, as well as through educational programs. In 1993, the society began Japan Bowl, a competition for high school students studying the Japanese language and modern culture.
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