Boston Career Forum

Boston Career Forum – Japanese-English Bilingual Job Fair

For the past 25 years, DISCO International, Inc. in New York City, a human resources firm specializing in career services for Japanese-English bilingual students and mid-career professionals, have held the world’s largest bilingual job fairs in Boston, Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo and London, as well as provided career information to more than 85,000 registrants via our website, CareerForum.Net . Our most widely attended job fair, the Boston Career Forum, with 5,000 participants annually, has become the standard pinnacle for Japanese-English bilinguals seeking international careers.

Our biggest job fair, the Boston Career Forum, will be held in Boston on Oct. 19 – 21, 2012. We currently have 177 companies already signed up to participate.


Boston Career Forum 2012

Oct. 19 – 21, 2012

Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC)


Unlike other job fairs, companies will be holding one-on-one interviews with candidates at their booths. Not just HR representatives, but hiring managers and directors will also be conducting interviews. Companies will be aggressively recruiting candidates for full-time and summer internship. Some companies have given on-site offers by the end of the event. The Career Forum is open to anyone with Japanese-English bilingual skills (at minimum conversation level in both languages).

Register here!

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