FY 2013

Outline of the event

The Kyoto High School-University Collaborative Research Council aims to motivate high school students to learn for the future and to contribute to the promotion of career education at each school.

FY 2013

Kyoto Katariba

This program aims to encourage current university students to think about their future by drawing out their mental motivation by talking with each high school student about their current selves and their future appearances, and by listening to their experiences.


Project for students in the northern part of Kyoto Prefecture “Maruttoku”

This program aims to create opportunities for high school students in the northern Kyoto Prefecture region, where there are fewer opportunities to interact with universities on a daily basis than in the southern region of Kyoto Prefecture, to hear various experiences and thoughts from university students and local working adults, so that they can not only foster an image of going on to higher education but also have an opportunity to think about their own future.

Saturday, March 15, 2014 9:00~11:30
Kyoto Prefectural Ayabe High School Gymnasium
Kyoto High School-University Collaborative Research Council (Secretariat: University Consortium Kyoto)
Marutto Design (Student Organization)
50 high school students (1st year), 20 university students (11 universities), 12 local students
Career Education Program for High School Students in the Northern Kyoto Prefecture
(1) Grouping
(2) Icebreaker (Liar self-introduction)
(3) Write down “what you like”, “<what you> want to challenge”, and “memories” and show them to each other.
(4) Your own color Express yourself with color and announce the reason
(5) Speeches by university students and local residents
(6) Summary (Imagine yourself in 3 years)

Projects for female students

High school and university students asked questions unique to intergenerational talks, such as “what I should have done at that time” and “what I should have done,” which I understand now that it has passed, and there were scenes where university students and working adults spoke authentically based on their own experiences, and the half-day project ended in no time.
The participating high school students were inspired not only by their experiences as university students and working adults, but also by the remarks of high school students from other high schools who were of the same generation. In addition, it seemed to be a good opportunity for high school and university students aiming for professionals such as nursing to hear directly from senior female employees working in the field. In addition, university students commented that “a place where you can talk about yourself, listen to it seriously, and have empathy and express your opinions is very valuable,” and it seems that it has become a better learning place not only for high school students but also for university students. Unexpectedly, among the participants who participated as “supporters” as members of society, it became a place for cross-industry exchange of women across generations, and the content was highly satisfying for each generation.

Saturday, December 14, 2013 9:30~12:00
Campus Plaza Kyoto, 2nd floor, Conference Room 2 and Conference Room 3
Kyoto High School-University Collaborative Research Council (Secretariat: University Consortium Kyoto)
Girls Career Talk in Kyoto
~What is the career of a woman who imadoki? Let’s ♪ think about it with a nice talk~
(1) Group work between high school and university students
(2) Group work between high school and university students and working adults