Promotion of education and fostering multicultural friendships: these are the heart of Education Programs. The two sub-groups Foreign Students Circle and Volunteers for the Visually Impaired have been providing fun-filled worthwhile programs for decades..
Foreign Students Circle (FSC) and Volunteers for the Visually Impaired (VVI) have been providing fun-filled worthwhile programs for decades.
CWAJ’s multicultural membership with
Foreign Students Circle (FSC) events help foreign students gain a deeper understanding of Japanese culture and customs. FSC is a wonderful opportunity for CWAJ members as well as foreign students to learn about Japanese culture and customs while making friends with CWAJ members and other international students.
Volunteers for the Visually Impaired (VVI) activities are diverse: weekly English conversation classes at Japan Vocational Development Center for the Blind (JVDCB) for VI adults seeking jobs; English Conversation Gatherings for visually impaired people to enjoy cross-cultural programs in English; Tsukuba Mock Interview Program for visually impaired high-school students to practice for the Eiken English proficiency test; and the CWAJ/VVI Newsletter that is distributed in Braille, large print and by e-mail three times a year.