Time as a college student is a very precious time. There is a big difference after the end between doing makeup systematically and spending it somehow. It is also a privilege for university students to be able to spend such a large amount of time.
I have a question for the new students reading this. Are you planning to spend your student life meaningfully? I have a question for current students. Have you been able to lead a meaningful student life since entering university?
If you haven't decided what to do, or if you honestly feel that your student life has been boring so far, why not consider joining the school festival executive committee? The International Festival is a big event that can be said to be the signboard of the university, and the executive committee is a rewarding extracurricular activity that allows us to manage the event ourselves. High school experience is not required. However, there are a wide variety of things to do, and roles such as planning, liaison, coordination, and public relations are various. So many skills are learned throughout the year. For example, the ability to plan and manage events, basic business etiquette for casting celebrities and meeting and contacting the office, cooperation and leadership with participating groups and students on campus, and hospitality for visitors. customer service skills, etc. In addition to the sense of accomplishment from having completed a series of tasks, it is also a great opportunity for you to have useful experiences in society. If you want to make your student life more meaningful, please contact us below! Let's make the International Festival a success with us!
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Overview of the school festival executive committee
The school festival executive committee is an organization that mainly operates and plans international festivals. It is one of the four pillars of extracurricular activities (quattroara) at Tokyo International University. The club currently has 26 members, a mix of Japanese students and foreign students, and they get along well. Work days are primarily Monday and Thursday evenings. It is also perfect for those who want to learn about foreign cultures and those who want to learn Japanese and English.
First Campus, 1-13-1 Matobakita, Kawagoe City, Saitama Prefecture
Clubhouse building Clubhouse 2 1st floor C102
- Activity time
Mondays and Thursdays 17:00-20:00 /
Each member of the school festival executive committee will take turns posting their activities in blog form until the day of the school festival. I will write about the joy and thoughts of that time, so please read it. You can see the staff blog from News & Info