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Volunteer System
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‘ Volunteer Opportunities
The CCIA is able to promote an environment of international exchange with the support and help of local volunteers. Anyone is welcome to volunteer at the CCIA and contribute to the growing internationalization of Chiba City. We look forward to hearing from you.
œInformation About Volunteer Activities
1. Cultural Exchange
If you are interested in sharing your culture with citizens of Chiba City, please voice your thoughts and volunteer at the CCIA. Japanese volunteers regularly showcase Japanese culture and traditions such as tea ceremonies and calligraphy.

2. Volunteering at Cross-Cultural Events
Volunteers from the CCIA not only participate in cross-cultural events at the CCIA but also at various venues throughout the city. The CCIA regularly receives requests for foreign volunteers.

3. Interpreting and Translating
There are numorous volunteer opportunities that require language skills. For example, interpreters and guides at International Relations events are regularly needed. The CCIA also introduces interpreters and translators to other international relations groups when requested.

4. Translating in Times of Disaster
In the case of a major earthquake, volunteers with language abilities will be needed to translate. More details to follow.

Looking for Japanese volunteers:
Homestay / Visit Hosts
Homestay: Every summer, students from Chiba City's sister cities come on exchange. The lengh of a homestay various from about one day to one month. This gives the visitor an opportunity to experience daily life in a Japanese household and gain a deeper understanding of Japanese culture. It also serves as an opportunity for both sides to deepen their mutual understanding.

Home visit: These short visits give a glimpse of Japanese culture. It gives and opportunity to taste what life is like in Japan.

Japanese Language Teachers
Please see Japanese page for more details.
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œHow to Register
Please fill in the necessary information on the application form at the CCIA.
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œQualifications
Must be interested in international exchange and participating in volunteer activities.
*Those under the age of 18 will need to obtain parental approval.
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