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11/06/2016: Arriving at Narita Airport

As a young student that came to Japan to undergo an internship, it was quite challenging because I needed to adapt in a new evironment.

However, a young heart would like to do adventurous experiences. I like adventure and do challenging activities.

When the applications for internship in Japan was open, I applied and take the offer given by MJIIT to have an internship in Leave a Nest. I think it was good opportunity for me to see and learn another culture as well as experience real world work. Even though Leave a Nest is not an engineering company, which my major is, I would still apply for an intern in this company because in a real world (outside campus life), the experience, communication and level of survival are the most important aspects.

For this past few days, I was able to adapt and communicate with others about work. It increases my confidence level and communication skill.

So, taking the opportunity given and challenging things, actually makes us become more mature and strong to face another upcoming difficulty.   
–  Rahmah –  

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前田 里美/ Satomi Maeda 国際開発事業部 Ph.D., Wright State University, Dayton, OH. Psychology (Human Factors & Industrial Organizational Psychology). My doctoral research was about visual attention on dual task situations. While working on doctoral research, I was also working as an academic advisor for undergraduate program in Psychology engaging in academic counseling, holding seminars and evaluating undergraduate curriculum. After joining Leave a Nest, worked on overseas training program development, write and edit career magazine. Currently a general manager in Global Platform Development Division, mainly working on training program development for youth leaders and teachers in Japan and the world.

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