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[Held on Saturday, November 11th] Long-term project course_Information on viewing the project presentation (results presentation)

The project presentation for the internship program “Long Term Project Course” will be held on the following date and time.
The long-term project course is a program in which students work in teams for approximately five months on themes and issues presented by their host organization. At the project presentation on the last day of the lecture, each project team will present the results of their activities to date.
The presentation will be held at Campus Plaza Kyoto on the day, and each presentation can be viewed at the venue or online.
If you are a university student thinking about participating in an internship next year, or if you are a company or organization interested in accepting interns, please enjoy the culmination of the activities of each project team.

Reference: Click here for the 2022 project presentation → 2022 results presentation

Date and time November 11, 2023 (Saturday)
Apply If you would like to attend, please apply using this participation application form .
Application deadline: November 7th (Tuesday)


*Schedule times may change. note that.

  Hours   Summary
 13:00~13:10  Opening greetings
 13:10~13:55 Project Presentation Part I (3 projects)
 13:55~14:05  break
 14:05~14:50 Project presentation Part II (3 projects)
 14:50~15:20  break
 15:20~15:40  ​Reflect on each project

From project students, host personnel, and coordinators
Presenting impressions after review for each project

 17:10~17:50  Message from each coordinator, closing remarks, and photo shoot


Project introduction


Acceptance destination project overview
Specified non-profit organization
Kiko Network
[Survey and information dissemination towards realizing a decarbonized society and 100% renewable energy]
In order to realize a decarbonized society, we will collect and disseminate information, conduct research, hold events, and conduct public relations related to 100% renewable energy and the creation of decarbonized communities. Learn new skills and have an experience that will improve your conceptual, creative, and planning abilities!
Co., Ltd.
Insight House
[Today’s Yamashina-san Project]
Walking around Yamashina, listening to and collecting the thoughts and stories of a variety of people from children to adults to the elderly, turning them into interview articles and disseminating them to local people through the website, Facebook, free newspapers, circulars, picture books, etc. First of all, we will work with the motto of “enjoy yourself”.
Co., Ltd.
Otsuki sticker printing
[Rediscovery Label Creating interesting stickers]
Our company is the “town sticker shop.” Stickers are familiar to us, but their uses are still unexplored. You will understand the reality of sticker printing, plan and develop new products, complete the product, and think about and put into practice how to sell it online. We look forward to seeing the students’ sensibilities!
General incorporated association
Impact Hub Kyoto
[~Hanase Field Lab Project~]
Hanase is a gathering place for Chimaki bamboo for the Gion Festival, which has a history of over 1,000 years, and is known as the “source of the capital” due to its historical background. Wouldn’t you like to use this field as a field to learn about the local life and way of life, and work together with people from various fields to create a community that grows while maintaining a sustainable environment?
Co., Ltd.
Union A
[Let’s disseminate the free employment information magazine for young people “Uncle and Auntie” to students who are worried! 】
We plan and publish the employment information magazine “Occhan and Obachan” for young people aged 16 to 30. I would like to get this book into the hands of students and young people who are worried about their career path, either before or in the midst of job hunting. Let’s think about the plan together. I would like this to be an opportunity for everyone to think carefully about not only media, but also “work” themselves.
Social welfare corporation
Adachi Welfare Association
[Kyoto Children’s Home Meal Project ~Thinking about child poverty issues~]
Kyoto Children’s Home Meals creates “connections” by regularly “delivering” food to families in dire straits, and while monitoring each family, provides appropriate support when problems arise or as needed. Our goal is to connect. Let’s work together from a new perspective to spread this activity and form a new community.

Contact information

University Consortium Kyoto Public Interest Incorporated Foundation Internship Business Promotion Office
TEL 075-353-9106 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto, Nishinotoin-dori Shiokoji, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City
*Counter reception hours: Tuesday to Saturday 9:00 to 17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)