2/25/20:  Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we have decided to cancel the 2020 Hokkaido Spring Camp originally scheduled for March 17-22, 2020.  We are currently working with organizers to try to reschedule the trip to the Winter 2020 and will forward participants more information in the coming months.


The Hokkaido Spring Camp Program offered in partnership with Japan's Soshi Educational Group (SEG) is an Educational and Cultural Exchange (ECE) program to introduce Hawaii's high school students to educational opportunities in Japan after completing high school.The inaugural program includes all-expense-paid five-day trip to Hokkaido, where students will be engaged in cultural exchange with local high school students at the Clark Memorial International High School, Kita-no-Daichi Genki-no-Izumi Campus, exploring Hokkaido’s capital city of Sapporo, visiting Japan’s northernmost zoo, Asahiyama Zoo in Asahikawa, and have chance to experience snowboarding. JASH is looking for applicants to participate in this program scheduled for March 17 - 22, 2020.  JASH will select 10 high schools students (sophomore or junior) currently residing on Oahu to experience Hokkaido and explore educational opportunities in Japan.

Applications for the Hokkaido Spring Camp program are now closed.

For more information please email JASH Educational Program Director, Takako Miyazawa, at tmiyazawa@jashawaii.org.

The Japan-America Society of Hawaii was founded in 1976 to promote understanding and friendship between the people of Japan and the United States through the special and unique perspective of Hawaii.


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