The event information is for 2014. Information for 2015 will be available soon.
November 7th (Fri.) - 9th (Sun.) / Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC)
Official Sponsors
  • 日本経済新聞電子版
  • OCS
November 7th (Fri.) - 9th (Sun.), 2014
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC)

415 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210
TEL. (617) 954-2000
Entering its 28th year, the Boston Career Forum continues to be the world's largest Japanese-English bilingual job fair and an essential part of the hiring process for international companies seeking highly-qualified Japanese-English bilingual candidates. With over 200 companies participating, attendees undoubtedly stand to broaden their knowledge of expanding industries and enterprises and increase future prospects.

As a rare and exceptional opportunity to connect directly with top industry players, students and working professionals alike attend the annual Boston Career Forum to discover exciting new fields and launch fulfilling careers through full-time and internship positions.

[Professional Business Attire Required]
*Because the Career Forum is a job fair event, professional business attire is required for all Career Forum participants. Casual attire such as jeans, t-shirts and sneakers are not permitted at the event.

Event Schedule

November 7th (Fri.) & 8th (Sat.)
9:00amRegistration for pre-registrants starts
9:15amWalk-in registration begins (depending on traffic, registration may start earlier)
10:00amCompany seminars begin
5:00pmRegistration closes
6:00pmBooths close
7:00pmInterview rooms close
November 9th (Sun.)
9:00amRegistration and Interviews begin
10:00amCompany seminars begin
12:00pmRegistration closes*
3:00pmBooths and Interview rooms close
* If you are not checked in by the “Registration closes” time, you will not be able to enter the event hall.

Qualifications to Participate

Japanese-English bilingual (minimum conversational level) and one of the following:
  • Graduated from or currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Ph.D. program outside of Japan
  • Graduated from or currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or Ph.D. program in Japan including at least one year of study abroad
  • Mid-career professionals