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Participate in Events Held by NPOs Subsidized by the Collaboration Promotion Fund
The Regional Community Division (Shinjuku City Office Main Bldg. 1F, 1-4-1 Kabukicho; Tel: 03-5273-3872) uses the Collaboration Promotion Fund to promote collaborations with diverse groups, such as NPOs working on solutions to community issues, and subsidizes activities that groups conduct independently to make a social contribution.
In this issue, we describe the programs (groups) that received subsidies in FY2021. For more information on these programs, please contact the particular group.
|Program Name||Building a Multicultural Community That Stays Strong in the Face of Disaster|
|Eligibility||People who live or work in Shinjuku City (regardless of nationality)|
|Program||Disaster prevention activities designed to promote cooperation between relevant communities (mainly in the Okubo area) in preparation for a Tokyo-epicentral earthquake. If you are interested, please feel free to contact us.
① Planning and running a virtual town tour x disaster prevention walk for a multicultural audience
② Planning and holding disaster prevention lectures (seminars)
|Nonprofit Organization CWS Japan
|Program Name||Japanese-Language for Nursing Care Class for Foreign Residents in Japan|
|Eligibility||・Foreign residents living in Shinjuku City interested in nursing care
・Foreign residents employed in nursing care positions in Shinjuku City
|Program||Teaches Japanese-language expressions used at nursing care sites as well as nursing care knowledge (periodic social gatherings are also held).
【Dates and Time】
Thursdays until March 2022, 7 to 9 p.m.
Shinobu Oshio (Miyazaki Team member, Japanese-Language Education Research Department, Waseda University Graduate School)
Lü Xiaoqing (nursing care worker from China)
|Application||Apply via web application form (https://bit.ly/2VCa6OF). Give your name, age, name of the city/municipality where you live, telephone number, email address, and name of facility (if you work at one).|
|Inquiries||Global Healthcare Hub Co. Ltd.
|Program Name||Support Program for Foreign Residents and Other Pre-High School Students|
|Eligibility||A foreign resident living in Shinjuku City or one whose parents are foreign residents, and for whom any of ① through ③ applies:
① Individuals having difficulty entering high school
② Interested in high school graduation qualification
③ Worried about advancing to/graduating from high school
A monthly academic counseling conference that addresses concerns about pursuing higher education and problems in school life. For example, consultations are available for the following:
・Provides information on: transferring/transfer examinations for metropolitan high schools that are difficult to find on the Internet; high schools that are comparatively easy for high school dropouts to enter
・Tips for blending into school life
・Introductions to other Shinjuku City support programs
・Introductions to support programs such as those of the national government, Tokyo metropolitan government, or other NPOs, to suit the concerns of the person himself/herself
Instructors can help you with areas of study that are giving you problems. The instruction method is designed to help students adjust to school life in Japan and gain the language level equivalent to that needed to enter high school.
* You can also get involved in the planning and running of friendly exchange events with Japanese members of this association.
|NPO High School Graduation Support Association
January 15, 2022