California Innovation Training Program:
This is a two week-long overseas training program designed to allow students to observe what it would be like to work as a variety of jobs in Silicon Valley, as well as to immerse them in a different culture. In this program, students will tour major tech companies such as Google and Apple. Students will also have the opportunity to visit universities such as Stanford and University of California Berkeley, where they will visit laboratories, attend lectures, and interact with other students. At the end of the program, the 9th annual US-Japan Future Forum will be held, and students will learn more about the history between the US and Japan while sharing ideas regarding how to strengthen the friendship between the two countries and the world. There is time allocated for sightseeing around both Silicon Valley and San Francisco.

Global Professional Training Program: 
This is a month-long training program designed to allow students to observe and learn from Japanese professionals in the Bay Area. Some of the professions that the students will be able to experience include research, engineering, medicine, education, entrepreneurship, law, and accounting, providing numerous companies for them to learn from. Some of the training locations in this once in a lifetime opportunity include Stanford University, Kanematsu USA Group, and the San Jose Japan Town Business Association. In this program, students will tour major tech companies such as Google and Apple. Students will also have the opportunity to visit universities such as Stanford and University of California Berkeley, where they will visit laboratories, attend lectures, and interact with other students. At the end of the program, the 9th annual US-Japan Future Forum will be held, and students will learn more about the history between the US and Japan while sharing ideas regarding how to strengthen the friendship between the two countries and the world. There is time allocated for sightseeing around both Silicon Valley and San Francisco.