Interns: what’s in it for you – and for them


Interested in taking on new graduates, but worried about making the wrong decision on full-time hires?

Come learn from Internship professionals how Internships are not only an important hands-on experience for undergrad and graduate students before they officially enter the workforce, but also a valuable tool for employers in recruiting high potential performers, if properly planned and implemented. Internships allow employers to “test drive” the Interns and greatly mitigate the risk of hiring untested new graduates.

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan with the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan invite our Members and guests to participate in this strategic HR focused evening seminar session.

For those looking to partake in a social gathering; following the event we have arranged a special rate with the Roppongi Hills Club on the 51st floor for a post-seminar networking session.


- James Yellowlees Ph.D., President, Global
- Trond Varlid, President and Co-Owner, EMC Quest Corp. K.K.
- Professor Nobukatsu Nishimura, Professor of Foreign Studies at Bunkyo Gakuin University
- Mr. Kaj Burema, Intern at Philips Electronics in Tokyo

Event Details

November 15 (Tue)
Registration Closed
18:30 - 21:00
Roppongi Hills, Mori Tower.
2,000 (member) | 3,000 (guest)
Coffee and Water will be served to participants

Event Registration

Registration is Closed

Important Security Information:
Due to security restrictions, non-registered guests will not be granted access. Please ensure you have confirmation of your/your guest’s registration. Upon arriving at Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, please visit the temporary CCCJ/BCCJ registration desk (to the left of the main security counter) to pick up your name tag and pass, which you are required to wear until exiting the building. In case you need an emergency assistance please call David Anderson at 090.2722.3362.