U.S. Career Forum Online 2021

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U.S. Career Forum Online

Careers in the U.S.

Live Seminar: Talk session with HR expert
eventMarch 24 (Wed.), 2021 7:00PM - 8:00PM (US EDT)
From the company’s point of view, Ms. Matsuda will share her experience as a recruiter and what she saw when screening resumes and interviews.
Hitoe Matsuda
CCSP(Certified Career Services Provider) GCDF (Global Career Development Facilitator)
Over 10 years of experience in US/Japan recruiting and employee training as an HR Manager at a Japanese manufacturing company and is currently working as an independent career/hr consultant.
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Live Seminar: Interviews in the U.S.
eventApril 21 (Wed.), 2021 7:00PM - 8:00PM (US EDT)
Amazon Senior Product Manager
After acquiring his Master's degree from Tokyo University, he pursued a career with an international consulting firm, then joined a successful IT startup. In 2013, he was sent to the San Francisco branch where he spent the next 4 years until its closure. After job hunting for half a year, he took a position at Amazon Seattle HQ as a product manager. From his job hunt experience in America, he now shares resources on English studies and job hunting via his Twitter and blog.
Twitter: @honkiku1
Blog: https://honkiku.com
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Video: Career as an engineer
Career change and career building in the U.S. as told by a Silicon Valley engineer
Jun Sakai
Splunk, Inc. Software Engineer, Entrepreneur
Sakai graduated from the Japan Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (JAIST) in 2002. He joined NTT Docomo in 2004, then started his own business in Hawaii and operated for 2 years. In 2006, he joined a startup in the U.S. which later went bankrupt due to the 2008 stock market crash. In 2009 Sakai takes a position with NTTi3 and later joins his current company, Splunk, Inc. as a software engineer in 2012. Sakai currently resides in Silicon Valley and is actively sharing tech-related information on his Twitter page.
Twitter: @sakaijun
*This is a recorded seminar from Boston Career Forum Online seminar