Copyright 2013, Guy Healy, Japan
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USA SUMMER CAMP:  100,000 PEOPLE AND GROWING
About Guy Healy, Japan
Welcome to Guy Healy, Japan.  We are an international education and exchange consulting company with offices in Fukuoka and Nagasaki, Japan.  Our mission is to promote international friendship and cooperation by bringing the peoples of Japan and English-speaking countries together both in Japan and abroad.  We run a variety of programs in Japan and the United States, including: JTB American Summer Camp - the largest English language camp in Japan ENG (English for the Next Generation) - a new vision for English Education in Japan Camp Kyushu - a Japanese-language camp for American students GHJ Nagasaki Internship Music Tours Sports Tours Partners in forming the new Western Japan Independent Baseball League And many more.  For more information on any of our programs, explore this Web site, or visit our Japanese Web site at guyhealyjapan.co.jp.
INFO CENTRAL
2014 AC APP! The 2014 USA Summer Camp AC Application is available online now!  The RETURNEE Application is HERE.
AC Photos and Videos Check out the photos and videos past American Counselors have posted themselves.  A real look at camp!
ACTIVITIES
New Internships at Guy Healy, Japan GHJ has two new ways for you to get valuable work experience in Japan.
Meet the New Nagasaki Interns Here’s a look at our Winter 2013 Interns.  We’ll post profiles of our Summer 2013 Interns when tney’re chosen.  Check back for details!
INTERNATIONAL VILLAGE
HTB’s New Maze Get a preview of the new maze HTB is building. It looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun, especially for the kids - all us kids!
IVYH Beer Garden A real outdoor beer garden! Lots of space, lots of beer, lots of fun. We’ll begin early this year, so check back often.
ZA RASUTO WAADO Funniest Commercial in a Long Time! Nisshin has a new commercial out.  It’s all about globalization and the new push in Japan for companies to use English as their main language.  It is set, however, on a battlefield, pitting Civil War era Americans against Japanese salarymen.  HILARIOUS!