The Japan-United States Friendship Commission (JUSFC)
The Japan-US Friendship Commission is an independent federal agency established by Congress in 1975 to strengthen the US-Japan relationship through educational, cultural, and intellectual exchange. Its mission is to support reciprocal people-to-people understanding, and promote partnerships that advance common interests between Japan and the United States. JUSFC aims to: 1) engage the next generation of US-Japan managers; 2) support innovation; 3) promote partnerships and collaboration; and 4) demonstrate the importance of the US-Japan relationship. Funding priorities include: 1) Exchanges and Scholarship; 2) Global Challenges; 3) Arts and Culture; and 4) Education and Public Affairs.
Deadlines: July 1
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