Tohoku Earthquake & Tsunami Disaster Charity Seminar
Since the Tohoku disaster, many people have started to question what’s going on with the world, what is life about, and what are we doing here? Some have also started to ask whether they are living a meaningful life and doing what they ought to be doing with the limited time here.
At the workplace, many are choosing jobs based on extrinsic factors such as job security and salary, rather than on their strengths and passion. College graduates with degrees in the Sciences are applying for positions that have nothing to do with what they studied at university.
What is encouraging, however, is that today, people are seeking to live a life of significance, as is evident with the out flowing of volunteerism and the willingness to help since 3/11.
In this seminar, we will explore some of the fundamental questions regarding our career and lives, and go over a framework of thinking in pursuing a career and life of purpose.
Speaker: Go Yoshida, Professor, Nagoya University
**Seminar will be in English (Q&A can be in Japanese)
Date: Saturday, April 16th, 2011
Time: 9:00-11:00 am （Registration from 8:30am)
**9:00-10:30am seminar; 10:30-11:00am Q&A
Venue: Nagoya University, Higashiyama Campus, School of Science
Building B, Room 212 (2nd Floor). Bldg #17 on following map:
Fee: 3,000 yen (all proceeds to Tohoku Earthquake Relief)
Booking is required via e-mail: email@example.com
Subject: Charity Seminar
Please include the following information:
1) Full Name; 2) Name of Company; and 3) E-mail Address and Phone Number
All proceeds from this charity seminar will go towards the relief efforts from the Tohoku disaster.