HuffPost Japan 10th Anniversary Event 4th “What is a Happy Job Change?” Together with One Career, how to make “social contribution” the axis of your career
The media “Huff Post Japan Version” operated by BuzzFeed Japan Co., Ltd. (Headquarters Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, hereinafter referred to as BuzzFeed Japan) is the 4th event of the 10th anniversary project “Create the Future”, where you can see your next career. ONE CAREER PLUS”, an event to think about how to make social contribution a career axis. Thorough discussion with the house” will be held on Wednesday, July 12th.
Even though “ONE CAREER PLUS” has provided career support so far, the number of people who “want not only to pursue corporate profits but also to make use of their experience and expertise in society” is increasing. In this event, we will invite two people who have built their careers around social contribution to a talk session, and a discussion with a career analyst from “ONE CAREER PLUS” that will give us hints for thinking about “social contribution x career”.
In the first half of this event, Mr. Mamoru Ichikawa, who changed from NHK to READYFOR Co., Ltd.’s fund development and public policy manager (and the secretary general of the Impact Startup Association), food company, medical device manufacturer, developer, rush Japan joint Through a talk with Ms. Akiko Togawa, who changed jobs at the company, we will ask about their career histories. In the second half, Mr. Takaharu Hasegawa, a career analyst from “ONE CAREER PLUS” will join us and discuss how to realize a career that contributes to society. Think together about how to choose a career from the vague theme in yourself.
■ Event overview
Date: July 12 (Wednesday) 18:30-20:00 (doors open at 18:10)
MC: Shunichiro Saga (ONE CAREER PLUS Career Analyst), Yuriko Izumiya (HuffPost Japan Editor-in-Chief)
Participation fee: Free
Address: 1F WeWork Iceberg 6-12-18 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001 Application URL: https://plus.onecareer.jp/events/46
*Capacity is 50 people. If there are many applicants, a lottery will be held. access :
2 minutes walk from Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line / Fukutoshin Line “Meiji Jingumae Station”
JR Yamanote Line “Harajuku Station” 5 minutes walk
11-minute walk from Omotesando Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/19238/153/resize/d19238-153-a3b22b37b51d077d2038-1.png&s3=19238-153-adfa2335436fc1e1cb0d16b371c3eade-3840×2160.png] HuffPost Japan, which celebrated its 10th anniversary this year, has reported on many social issues and proposed solutions since its inception. The 10th anniversary project “Create the future” is a project to support people, companies, and initiatives that take action and propose concrete hints for a sustainable future.
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/19238/153/resize/d19238-153-7365f8506605dff0c6c3-0.jpg&s3=19238-153-1c702230b3d15a8b60c5e0541da062be-1500×500.jpg] Click here for the HuffPost Japan version of “Making the Future” project: https://www.huffingtonpost.jp/future-huffpost10
ONE CAREER PLUS https://plus.onecareer.jp
The career change site “ONE CAREER PLUS” is a career change service that supports medium- to long-term career formation through the openness of career data based on the concept of “opening all careers.” In addition to being able to read testimonials from people who have changed jobs, we are disseminating article content and event information based on career data. We also provide recruitment brand design for companies through content planning and production of videos and articles. By disclosing various career-related data, such as “where did you change jobs from?” and “on what axis did you change jobs?” increase.
About ONE CAREER https://www.onecareer.jp
ONE CAREER, a job hunting site for choosing your first career, is a service that supports you in choosing your first career before joining a new graduate. We have collected more than 500,000 (*1) job-hunting experience information related to corporate recruitment activities and accumulated career data for more than 10,000 companies (*2). It is supported by many students as an information gathering and analysis tool for job hunting in the field of new graduates, and is used by more than one in two students, and ranked 2nd (* 3) in the ranking of the most used job search site for graduates in 2024. I have obtained. * 1, 2: As of the end of March 2022, one carrier survey
*3: HR Research Institute x Rakuten Minshu: From a survey of job hunting trends among students graduating in 2024
About HuffPost Japan
The HuffPost Japan version started in May 2013 and will be operated by BuzzFeed Japan from May 2021. As an “international media that creates conversations” and “a media that solves social problems,” we publish articles on important themes that update people’s values, such as SDGs, work styles, gender equality, LGBTQ, diversity, child-rearing, and financial literacy. I have sent. 24.3 million monthly unique visitors (as of August 2022). We have 300,000 followers on Facebook, 370,000 followers on Twitter, and 10,000 followers on a Twitter account dedicated to the SDGs.
BuzzFeed, Inc. is a provider of the best Internet content. BuzzFeed creates communication through areas such as pop culture,
entertainment, shopping, food and news. “What to see?” “What to read?” “What to buy?” “What are you crazy about?” Founded in 2006, BuzzFeed empowers hundreds of millions of people with trusted, high-quality, brand-protected news and entertainment to improve the Internet world. We strive to deliver comprehensive, relatable, and creative content that inspires people to live better lives.
About BuzzFeed Japan
In January 2016, the Japanese version of BuzzFeed was launched. Aiming to create a positive impact on society, we disseminate news, culture, shopping, and entertainment information in a unique style such as articles, videos, and special features. Over 38 million monthly unique visitors (July 2022), with more than half of the audience being Gen Z and millennials. We also operate four vertical media (BuzzFeed Japan, HuffPost Japan, BuzzFeed Kawaii, Tasty Japan). In May 2021, it merged with HuffPost Japan, and in addition to BuzzFeed and Asahi Shimbun, four companies, Asahi Broadcasting Group HD and ValueCommerce, have invested since May 2022.
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