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 Seiwajyuku
There are more than 8,000 business owners and entrepreneurs in the private management school, Seiwajyuku. Started in Kyoto in 1983, Seiwajyuku began when enthusiastic young business owners wanted to learn about business management.
At first it started with Inamori and a few people; however, the students wanted to provide similar opportunities to as many other people as possible, and, through their own initiative, expanded the Seiwajyuku to include many more participants. It has been more than 30 years since Seiwajyuku was first established, and there are currently 70 branches in Japan and 16 branches in other countries. (as of March 27, 2013)
Photo : Seiwajyuku   Photo : Seiwajyuku

 The Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western
 Reserve University
In July 2006, Case Western Reserve University established the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence through a donation from the Inamori Foundation.
The purpose of the center is to foster ethical leadership around the world and conduct educational and research activities. As a part of those activities, the Inamori Ethics Prize was established to award individuals who practice exemplary leadership and contribute to the development of society and humankind through their activities and influence. The first award ceremony was held in September 2008.
Photo : The Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western Reserve University

 Inamori-Kyocera Western Districts Development Scholarship Fund in China
In 2001, Kyocera and Inamori established the Inamori-Kyocera Western Districts Development Scholarship Fund for financially disadvantaged university students in the western districts of China. Recipients must possess high moral character and excellent grades. The aim of the scholarship fund is to nurture human resources who will contribute to the development of the area after graduation. The fund provides financial support while they are in school in the hopes that they will become excellent professionals.
Every year, 240 students at 12 universities in China receive this scholarship.
Photo : Inamori-Kyocera Western Districts Development Scholarship Fund in China

 Inamori Academy at Kagoshima University

In 2005, the Inamori Academy of Management & Technology, an educational research center, was jointly established with Kagoshima University through contributions from Kyocera Corporation and Inamori’s own private funds. It was reorganized and renamed “The Inamori Academy” in April 2008.
The Academy will cultivate leaders whom local community desires having a purpose to produce “Citizens of the 21st century” possessing high morality who will be able to contribute to the global community as well as human beings. Under this fundamental principle, the Academy provides liberal arts education to develop overall human power, emphasizing integrity, ethics, and life philosophy necessary for success in society.

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