Life AFTER TUJ 2015

What are you going to do after graduation?

Life AFTER TUJ offers a chance for TUJ undergraduates to network with alumni.

Whether you are about to graduate or are just starting at TUJ, this is a unique chance to start thinking about career options. How will you move to the next step? Explore career paths and build your network for Life AFTER TUJ.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015
18:00-21:30 (doors open at 17:30)
Feel free to join one or all three sessions
Temple University, Japan Campus, Mita Hall 5F (Access)
Open to:
All TUJ students and alumni
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Registration deadline is Wednesday, October 7 at 12:00 noon

Panel discussion scene from Last year's Life AFTER TUJ event

Panel discussion scene from Last year's Life AFTER TUJ event


Doors open
18:00 - 19:00

Diverse Pathways: Options for Non-Profit, NGO and Government Careers

Want to work for an NGO? Interested in international aid organizations? TUJ alumni working in public sector, NGO and not-for-profit organizations offer some sound advice.


  • Charles Harris (Business Management, 2009) – US Department of Defense
  • Keishi Nukina (International Business Studies, 2014) – Playgound of Hope
  • Kiei Ogata (International Affairs, 2010) – Run for the Cure


  • Sarajean Rossitto – NGO consultant; Instructor, TUJ Continuing Education (Interview)
19:30 - 20:30

Climbing the Corporate Ladder

What does it take to land a job at Google? How can I work in consulting or finance? TUJ grads return to campus to help you follow in their footsteps.


  • Chad Bruttomesso (EMBA, 2008) – Microsoft
  • Jon Clemons (Economics, 2009) – Google
  • Goki Kazama (International Business Studies, 2012) – Ernst & Young
  • James Pleasant (Economics, 2015) – AIG
  • Tomoaki Suda (Economics, 2008) – GE


  • William Swinton – Director, International Business Studies, TUJ (Profile)
20:30 - 21:30

Networking Reception

Open networking faculty, students, alumni, company reps and recruiters. Light refreshments served.