Michishiroka Regional revitalization x hands-on educational program “Michishiroka in Nakashibetsu-cho, Hokka ido” Casual meetup held as a preliminary briefing

Local revitalization × hands-on educational program “Michishiroka in Nakashibetsu Town, Hokkaido” A casual meetup that also serves as a preliminary briefing session
May 29th (Mon), 31st (Wed), June 2nd (Fri)

Chuo Computer Service Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Nakashibetsu-cho, Hokkaido, President: Koichi Tanida, hereinafter “CCS”) is the third experience-based educational program that contributes to regional contribution and regional revitalization, “Michishiroka in
Nakashibetsu-cho, Hokkaido.” ”, an interactive meetup will be held on May 29th (Monday), 31st (Wednesday), and June 2nd (Friday).
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/112760/4/resize/d112760-4-5074a38e0d421c6a3512-3.png&s3=112760-4-9a3dc82a81d77d60d235958bd6db6fdb-2940×1650.png] A casual meetup that also serves as a preliminary briefing will be held online We will hold an interactive meetup that also serves as a preliminary briefing at the following times.
The secretariat members will explain the program and how to apply, and we would like to have an opportunity to casually talk with the students about community development. Students who want to participate in fieldwork, students who are still undecided, students who want to hear stories first, we welcome any stance! Please feel free to submit a new application.
Date: May 29, 2023 (Monday) 18:00-19:00 May 31, 2023 (Wednesday) 16:00-17:00 June 2, 2023 (Friday) 18:00-19:00
Application for casual meetup participation:
Please apply using the Google form below.
“Michishiroka in Nakashibetsu Town, Hokkaido” Program Overview Program name: Michishiroka in Nakashibetsu, Hokkaido Period: August 28 (Monday) to September 1 (Friday), 2023 [pre- and post-night stays available] Venue: Nakashibetsu Town, Shibetsu-gun, Hokkaido
Participation fee : Free [We will bear the transportation and accommodation expenses to the site. Meal expenses during stay will also be subsidized] Capacity: Approximately 5 people *Selection will be made based on preliminary assignments and interviews. Application deadline: June 30, 2023 (Friday) Organizer: Chuo Computer Service Co., Ltd. Cooperation: Nakashibetsu Town, Hokkaido
Depending on the skills of the participating students, we are considering innovation workshops for regional issues and projects to convey the appeal of the projects that are actually carried out locally.
While listening to everyone’s ideas and comparing them with our perspectives, which are actually doing corporate activities in the region, I would like to make it a wonderful project that can create something useful for the local community.
Everyone, please create the contents of the project to work on! Comment from the person in charge of Nakashibetsu Town, Hokkaido “I’m Iyobe from the Nakashibetsu Town Policy Promotion Division. , Please participate in Michishiroka in Nakashibetsu, Hokkaido.” Recommended for people like this
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Michishiroka freely discovers the attractions and issues of the region through fieldwork. Based on your ideas, we will work on local issues. It doesn’t just end with the announcement, but there are also opportunities to continue to be involved with the community afterward. Make it an opportunity to make various discoveries with like-minded friends!
[How to apply]
Entries are being accepted on Wantedly.
Please feel free to contact us if you want to know more or want to hear the story.
[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/112760/4/resize/d112760-4-40461305f55d7fd092b9-2.png&s3=112760-4-0bbae7310890c51d3d5bfd3db5106aae-890×878.png] About Michishiroka: A program that combines the challenges and current situations facing the region with the diversification of student careers
Since its founding in 1981, CCS has worked hand in hand with many local governments as a member of the local community. In the midst of this, what should we, as local communities, do to deal with issues facing Japan as a whole, such as the declining population due to the declining birthrate and aging population, the decline of regional economies and industries, and the lack of manpower and successors for business operators? I have faced it for years. In a sense, this is nothing less than a cutting-edge challenge to the challenges that Japanese society as a whole faces today.
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On the other hand, in recent years, students’ ways of thinking and careers after graduation have diversified. Turn” is becoming popular as one of the options.
By combining the social issues that our local community is challenging and the diversification of the lives of our students, I believe that something new will be created. From such an idea, the project of Michishiroka started.
[Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/112760/4/resize/d112760-4-08f1b1ef8fa454caa41a-7.png&s3=112760-4-3143878e7db93cb11da4e7c5a2a4cad5-1276×1106.png] The students who participated will use this experience as a source of inspiration in the future to demonstrate their individuality and play an active role. And of course, the program itself would also help the local community, and I thought and thought a lot with the desire to create such a greedy program. This is how “Michishiroka” was born. Michishiroka’s concept / vision
[Image 6: https://prtimes.jp/i/112760/4/resize/d112760-4-d3bc3b2d5a42990d78d5-4.png&s3=112760-4-f3e0f44fc55074dfc64abdd79c98f882-2940×1446.png] Town development that creates “likeness”. Human development to find “likeness”. From Hokkaido, create a role model for the region and people.
We are a program that connects the region and young people and rediscovers and recognizes the charm of the region.
What kind of image do you have when you hear the word “region”? Perhaps some people may have negative images such as “population decline”, “decline of local industry”, and “lack of successors”. Since our founding in Hokkaido in 1981, we have been facing exactly these issues for many years.
This is nothing less than the fact that we have been at the forefront of challenging changes that Japanese society as a whole must consider. Looking at young people, in recent years careers have diversified, such as “I-turn” and “U-turn”, and the options are expanding. New things may be born by combining the changes that our local communities are taking on and the diversification of young people’s lives.
Michishiroka started from such an idea.
Michishiroka is a sustainable initiative that reaffirms local resources and discovers their hidden charms.
While feeling the charm of the region firsthand, we will promote regional development that captures the essence from a glocal perspective.
Create the “likeness” of the town and find the “likeness” of people. From Hokkaido, we will create a role model for the region and people. Michishiroka Management Office
[Image 7: https://prtimes.jp/i/112760/4/resize/d112760-4-b8f7b23f38822c7d5283-5.png&s3=112760-4-d300d8dc0db69237437e4bc169b9b51d-259×87.png] With the mission of “Aiming to be a local IT partner that customers can rely on”, we have been working together with everyone in the region for more than 40 years. By using the power of IT to solve our customers’ problems such as office work, security, and information management, we have helped make the lives of the people living there richer and more comfortable. We aim to develop new regional ICT human resources and create new regional value.
Company name: Chuo Computer Service Co., Ltd. Representative: Koichi Tanida, President and CEO Secretariat: Tokachi Office Lifelong Learning Division Address: 〒080-0013 Obihiro City, Hokkaido Nishi 3-jo Minami 9-23 Obihiro Economic Center Building West Wing 3F Inquiries regarding this matter Inquiries Chuo Computer Service Co., Ltd. Lifelong Learning Division Michishiroka Management Office Person in charge: Irimajiri, Otsuka Phone: 050-3614-1115 Mail:
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