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Youth Meeting for the Environmental Education
and the International Cooperation in Kiyosato

★Grant program of Embassy of the United States Japan
★Expense free. Transportation fee will be partly supported.
☆Japanese conversation skills are required.
All lecture and discussion will practice in Japanese.
☆Required 15 college students, including students from foreign countries.

http://www.keep.or.jp/ja/foresters_school/2011/10/30001197.html
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You can choose a schedule from following three dates.
1)December 18-20, 2011
2)March 5-7 , 2012
3)March 15- 17, 2012

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"What can I do for the natural environment?"
"I want to work for the solution of various current global issues."
If you have thought of those things, It is the chance to share your mind
with international friends.

This program, especially focused on "Environmental Education" and "International cooperation",
but also aims to obtain various point of view from "Education","Business","Social Contribution",
and "Communication".

Our organization,"Kiyosato Educational Experiment Project" has been practicing various works based on
"Environmental Education" and "International Cooperation" for 27 years.
We want to share our experience and knowledge.
And Aims to educate great leaders for the present and next generation.

Thanks to grant of Embassy of the United States Japan, this program is expence free.
We hope you will join this program, and spend great time with your new international friends.

About KEEP.INC, please check web-site bellow↓
http://www.ackeep.org/

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Program purposes:

Leadership training focused on awareness of environmental and global issues

1) To learn about the environmental education for the next generation
through nature experience, lectures, and case presentations.

2) To learn about international cooperation.
through the history of our organization and Paul Rusch's works,
the case presentation of the Japan-US international cooperation.

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Program schedule:

Day 1
13:30 Opening Ceremony
14:00 Program 1: Warm-up Session
16:30 Check in at the hotel, free time
17:00 Program 2: Sharing Seminar Goals & Self-Introduction Session
18:00 Dinner
19:30 Program 3: Night tour of the Paul Rusch Memorial Center
20:30 Review and Sharing Session
20:45 End of the day, free time

Day 2
07:30 Breakfast
09:00 Program 4: Participating at our Environmental Education Program
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Program 5: case study and discussion on
“Environmental Education & International Cooperation”
18:00 Dinner
19:30 Program 6: Nature experience of "Night Walking".
20:30 Review and Sharing Session
20:45 End of the day, free time

Day 3
07:30 Breakfast
09:00 Check out of the hotel
09:15 Program 7: Group Work
Making your action plan to become a leader of
“the Environmental Education × the International Cooperation”!-
12:15 End of the session
12:45 Lunch
13:45 Review and Sharing Session
14:15 Closing Ceremony
14:30 End of the whole schedule

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Program Outline:

-Organizer: Kiyosato Educational Experiment Project (KEEP,Inc)
-Grant:Embassy of the United States Japan
-Schedule: Choose one from following three dates
1)December 18-20, 2011
2)March 5-7 , 2012
3)March 15- 17, 2012
-Venue:Kiyosato Educational Experiment Project
(Kiyosato, Takane-cho, Hokuto City, Yamanashi)
-Lodging:SEISENRYO cottages
-Participants: 15 college students
(including students from the U.S., developing countries, and other countries)
-Expense: free for the program. Your transportation fee will be partly supported.

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Application:
Please send your application by e-mail or facsimile

Note:
1)Desired date 2)Name 3)Address 4)Phone No 5)Emergency contact No
6)Name of University and school 7)Age 8)Distinction of Sex
9)Your motive for the application
9)How did you know about this program?
10)e-mail address

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Kiyosato Educational Experiment Project:
3545 Kiyosato, Takane-cho, Hokuto City, Yamanashi 407-0301
Phone 0551-48-3795 Fax 0551-48-3228
forester@keep.or.jp
http://www.keep.or.jp/ja/foresters_school/

The person in charge: Takashi Nakayama, Mikino Motosugi


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まーさ

Author:まーさ
ニュージーランドへ留学したり、
すし屋で店長をやったり、
自然が大好きな自分の気持ちを
抑えきれず転職して、
今は清里高原で
インタープリター(自然の案内人)
として過ごす毎日。

毎日が色々な表情を見せる自然、
様々な考え方を持つ人々、
そんな生活の中で見つかる新しい自分、
たくさんの出会いに囲まれています。
そんなたくさんの出会いを
大切にしていきたいと思います。

 
 
 
 
 

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