First held in 1987, Career Forums have become a standard to find jobs, not just for students who have study abroad experience but also for Japanese-English bilingual professionals. Short-term focused job-hunting events are extremely beneficial for students with busy academic schedule. The official website, CareerForum.Net (CFN) provides useful event information about our events in Boston, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Osaka, and London as well as valuable resources for (1) applying to participating companies, (2) managing interview reservations and (3) signing up for the multiple seminars to get ready for Career Forums. Making the most of CFN's resources to maximize your opportunity at the Career Forum to find that career you've been thinking about!
Conduct your job hunt online anywhere in the world. Start off by participating in the company's online seminar to get to know more about the industry/companies. Companies also conduct not just seminars, but group discussions, workshops, and talk sessions for a more interactive experience.
If you wish to meet and learn about multiple companies all at once, join the CFN Live Online. You start by listening to short seminars from several firms and then virtually visit companies you're interested in to freely ask questions as well as network with fellow attendees.
If you simply wish to apply to companies, take a look at the many job postings that are available and start applying! By applying, companies can then start the interview process without having to wait for an event to meet. You may start interviewing just a few days after you apply.
You can always utilize CFN's services at any stage of your job hunting process. Simultaneous usage of online and in-person events will certainly maximize the opportunities to find your dream job!
Experienced agents will assist you in finding the right job for you. CFN Agents will help you solve your uncertainty over what kind of jobs can match your major/skills or even how to find ideal jobs for you! Dedicated to assisting bilingual candidates find the career that allows one to succeed on the international stage.