JASH provides several Educational Programs to the students of Hawaii in grades K- 12. Each of these programs teaches students about Japan while also helping them understand the concept of Different Perspectives. For more information about our Educational Programs, please refer to the expandable menu below.
Click HERE for recent updates about the JIAS program.
The APCC program provides the actual experience for students to travel to Japan and reinforce the concept of Different Perspectives introduced and taught in the Japan-in-a-Suitcase programs. JASH sends six 10 or 11-year-old Junior Ambassadors to Fukuoka, Japan each summer to interact with over 200 other student peers from over 40 countries and regions at the Asian-Pacific Children’s Convention. They also participate in a home-stay where they experience living with a Japanese family in Fukuoka for about one week.
Please click HERE for a PDF of the 30th Annual APCC Application Packet.
Click HERE for recent updates about the APCC program.
Click HERE for recent updates about the Japan Wizards Competition.
Registration for the 2018 JWC is now closed.
Click HERE for information about how to become a volunteer in 2018.
Click HERE to sign up to be a volunteer.
Please use the contact form below for any further info regarding our Education Programs.