Part-time employment information session was held!
In this session, 10 representatives from a major fast food chain visited us and introduced each restaurant and explained about the job, followed by an interview and an aptitude test, and then the hiring decision was made immediately.
Many students attended the information session, and everyone listened intently to what was being said.
There was a lively atmosphere at the guidance session, with occasional laughter!
In addition to earning money, part-time jobs have many other benefits, such as studying Japanese and gaining experience in Japanese society.
However, there are a few things that must be observed when working part-time as an international student.
・International students are not allowed to work more than 28 hours per week. This means that even if you work at two or more places, the total hours must not exceed 28 hours per week. During long vacations (spring, summer, and winter vacations at TCJ), students may work up to 8 hours per day (but no more than 40 hours per week).
・There are some part-time jobs that are not allowed depending on the nature of the job, so you need to be careful.
Other than that:
・Necessity of "Permission to Engage in Activity other than that Permitted under the Status of Residence
・If you have been expelled from school, you are not allowed to work part-time.
Students who work part-time must be aware of these rules.
TCJ posts information on safe part-time jobs for students on the school bulletin board.
In addition, we sometimes recruit international students to take on part-time jobs as students for Japanese language teaching practice.
This is a unique part-time job and is highly recommended!
We plan to hold more events like this in the future, so we encourage students who are looking for or interested in part-time jobs to participate.