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GRC provides international workshops and study programs to local companies, groups, educational tours,
and individuals with personal needs. We develop various global workshops to aid the process of internationalization of
businesses and human resources in the future. We also provide standard educational programs including foreign
language training to equip the next generation who will live in a more global society.
With the advancement of technology, Japan is able to access worldwide information throughout the nation.
This has transformed individual lives into more globalized connections. Local industries are expanding abroad to promote
the inbound tourism industry. In addition, the Japanese government is prioritizing English education to introduce a more global approach in the school systems. It is clear that local communities are internationally more aware.
Therefore, it is essential to raise globally-minded individuals who will play crucial roles during this new era.
Our mission is to provide various resources to not only connect different countries
but also build relationships between local communities and the global world.
The skills and knowledge of GRC’s human resources aims to contribute to local communities by increasing
communication and relationships between diverse people. We hope to become a “bridge” that connects
these communities to the world around them through our resource center.

代表理事 大森美和プロフィール
Profile of Glocal Resource Center President 
Miwa Omori

教育学部 教育人間発達学 専攻。日米における専門領域:国際キャリア開発領域及び英語・国際教育分野を習熟。

After garnering experience as an elementary school teacher, Miwa Omori decided to study abroad to explore career counseling and career education in the United States.
She enrolled in the School of Education and Human Development Graduate Program at The George Washington University in Washington D.C., and focused on youth career counseling and education.
Though the graduate program, she improved upon her technical knowledge and counseling skills.
She worked as a Career Counselor intern via the University Career Services center in Washington D.C. Afterwards, Miwa began to coordinate individual study abroad and international study tours as the International Programs coordinator. Assisted by a strong network abroad, Miwa became the “bridge” between local and foreign by promoting internationalization in local Japanese communities.
The George Washington University[U.S.A. Washington D.C.]
M.A. in Education and Human Development