Maia

Boncan

Philippines

Accepted
Fee Payment
Approved By Home
Approved By Host
Realized
Finished
Completed
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OP Name:

Name of Person

Name of Person

Company Name:

Host LC:

Sophia University

Japan

Host MC:

First name

Field of Study

Email

Phone Number

Years Of Experience

Maia

Development Studies

9988632388

Inexperienced

City of Residence

Makati

Level of Education

Bachelor's degree or equivalent

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Break Approval:

Break Realization

Status

Rejected

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Status Updated

Why are you the best candidate for this position

I believe I am qualified for the position of Japanese Tea Marketing Intern for Yoshimura Co., Ltd. because: 1) I have effectively managed a marketing team 2) I have excellent English and communication skills, and 3) I have basic knowledge about Japan and its culture.

 

First, as the previous Vice President for Outgoing Exchange, I have collaborated and synergized with the Marketing and Public Relations departments to effectively promote the exchange products of AIESEC in Ateneo de Manila University. Together, our departments were able to achieve customer growth by 45%, contributed to 44% of national product growth, and converted 64% of customers from Sign Up status to Applied status. Co-managing the marketing team entailed conducting ideation and brainstormings spaces, assessing the market through market research, overseeing publication materials. For reference, please check the following Facebook posts created by our marketing team:

Second, I have excellent English and communication skills, which I believe is necessary for any marketing position. Ateneo de Manila University is one of the top universities in The Philippines and I was placed in the Merit English class, where only the Top 4% (for English) is allocated. I was also a Communications Intern for World Wildlife Fund - Philippines last August 2020. I primarily did archives research and helped co-write an article to promote an ongoing livelihood support project, see here: https://wwf.org.ph/resource-center/story-archives-2020/coolers-distribution-bicol/.

 

Third, I have been to Japan on three separate occasions, totaling to around two months worth of time spent there. With that, I have knowledge in basic Japanese and I am knowledgeable about basic Japanese culture and history. I believe this opportunity will be a great avenue to learn more Japan and its culture (with regards to work and tea).

 

With all this, I happily look forward to applying my skills and knowledge to contribute greatly to Yoshimura’s team.