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Applications Being Accepted for ‘Japan in DC’ Student Summer Program

WASHINGTON INFORMER — Japan in DC, a two-year-old summer enrichment program, gives interested high school students the opportunity to explore and document the presence of Japan in the nation’s capital through its Japan-related individuals, institutions and landmarks. The four-week, project-based program — offered free of charge and touted as fun and experiential — will operate 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., Monday-Friday from July 1- 26, tentatively at the Columbia Heights Education Campus in Northwest.

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Japan in DC, a two-year-old summer enrichment program, gives interested high school students the opportunity to explore and document the presence of Japan in the nation’s capital through its Japan-related individuals, institutions and landmarks.

The four-week, project-based program — offered free of charge and touted as fun and experiential — will operate 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., Monday-Friday from July 1- 26, tentatively at the Columbia Heights Education Campus in Northwest.

Up to 20 DCPS and DC Public Charter School participants in grades 9-11 are eligible to apply.

Students who successfully complete the program will be given priority for selection for “Japanese Plus,” a popular “Globalize DC” after-school Japanese language, culture and career exposure program.

The deadline to apply is Monday, April 15. Applications will be considered after that date only if seats remain unfilled.

For more information, email sally@globalizedc.org.

This article originally appeared in the Washington Informer

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