Nozomi and Naoto are our new interns at ECLA! They are two young ambitious university students from Japan. They are here to gain meaningful Business and Business Administrative experiences while exploring the beautiful city of LA!
Intercultural communication, which is my major in Rikkyo university, is so interesting since there is no end to exploring answers and questions.
I really liked to watch TV programs which show the landscape and culture all over the world when I was young.
Japan is quite far from anywhere, so I dreamed of communicating with people who speaks different languages.
Studying abroad in Ireland gave me basic English communication skills.
I would like to greatly improve my English, here at ECLA.
After I would like to get a job at a Japanese company where I can use my experience and skills.
I’m so excited to see the HOLLYWOOD sign since I love movies, especially Science fiction and action films.
My message to future students:
I found it great to work with people here.
The staffs and teachers are cheerful and helpful.
Please don’t hesitate to explore other cultures.
We are not here only to study English. We have the best environment ever to experience a lot of different cultures.
Hi all. I’m Naoto Kuwabara, intern of ECLA. I’m very glad to be a member of this company.
I’m from Japan and I can speak Japanese and English. I’m currently a university student and I belong to the faculty of economy. My major is finance. During university life, I’ve studied English through my club activity. I love English and I want to work abroad in the future, so here I want to learn how the business goes in the US and also about business English.
This is the second time to come to the US. Last time, I was the student of English school. I stayed at my uncle’s house in North Dakota. North Dakota was really countryside, completely different from here Los Angeles.
My hobby in the day is going to café and drinking coffee, and my hobby in the evening is going to bar and drinking beer. If I have coffee and beer, I’m happy. It’s so simple!
So far, I’ve been to the US, Korea, and Germany. I don’t have much experience to go abroad. But I love visiting abroad, so I want to explore many countries.
Future students, I’m very looking forward to see you at ECLA. I’m going to do my best to help you.