実践ビジネス英語 2018/8/9 #実践ビジネス英語
9 木 Lesson9 Helping College Students Graduate (5)

Collins describes the various forms of training offered by her volunteer group as well as the specific students who’re eligible to participate. She goes on to talk about the long-term goals of the group and says more than 90% of the participants have graduated from college or are about to.

comprise 〜なる、構成される
access to - 〜を利用する機会
When we have access to something, we can use it, take advantage of it.
Things like, membership gives you access to our online movie library. Or, members of the XYZ Sky Club have access to our airport lounges around the country.
high-profile 知名度のある、著名な
Very well-known, ah, gets a lot of attention.
A high-profile entrepreneur might be in the news a lot, in newspapers and magazines and such.
On the other side, we say, “low-profile” and “keep a low-profile.” Like, as a new employee, I’m keeping a low-profile in meetings, just, listening and learning for a while.
raise a profile 知名度を上げる イメージを上げる
summer internship 夏のインターンシップ
We also have the verb “intern” which means “work in a company as a trainee, as an intern usually before graduating school. I interned with a news agency one summer.
one-on-one counseling session 一対一のカウンセリング
A session in which one person would receive advice and suggestions from one counselor.
A session is a period of time spent on a particular activity. And this can cover a wide range of length of time. I had a one hour session at the gym this morning. Or, stocks soared in yesterday’s trading session.
be eligible to - 〜する資格がある
Up at the top, Grace says, “It sounds like a great program. Who’s eligible to sign up for it?”
Who’s allowed by the rules or the laws to do something or to get something.
Eligible to, we say with verbs. If it’s a noun, eligible for.
Mr. Sugita and I have judged a speech context for non-native speakers of English. So, native speakers are not eligible to participate. Or, my daughter is not eligible for the contest.
eligible bachelor 望ましい独身者
take advantage of - 〜を活用する、利用する
Here, “take advantage of” means “use an opportunity or a resource.” There’s no negative meaning. But it can mean exploit something in an unethical way or a mercenary way. Like, he took advantage of his friends’ kindness to borrow lots of money. Or, she took advantage of his trusting nature and sold him fake stocks.
exploit 搾取する
guardian 後見人、保護者
A person with legal responsibility to take care of another person. Ah, in this case, ah, a young person, a minor. And the legal right to make certain decisions for them. If someone’s parents had died, for example, their aunt and uncle could become their legal guardian or perhaps their grandparents. Guardians are also appointed for adults who can’t make their own decisions for certain reasons.
bachelor’s degree 学士号
criteria 基準 criterionの複数
resume 履歴書、経歴書
Collins says, “They learn how to write a good resume and handle professional relationships.”
track record 実績、業績
get a return on - 〜の見返りを得る
Be compensated for, ah, one’s investment, get some kind of payment back. You might say, you know what, it was a scam. They never got any return on their investment.
scam 詐欺

where one wants to be - 〜
Collins says, “Their long-term goal is to get students to think about where they want to be in 10 years – ” This can involve a physical location but more than that, it’s “What does a person want to be doing?” You know, what kind of career, what kind of job do they want to be having?
What about their family goals? So, it’s, common to hear this in job interviews.
You know, “Where do you want to be in 5 years?” Or, “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?”
job interview 就職の際の面接
Where do you want to be in 5 years / 10 years? 
What do you want to be doing in 10 years?

Where one want to be どこにいたいか(場所) キャリアの中でどんなことをしていたいか


fellowship
奨学金給費研究員の地位[給費]
fellowであること、であることによって得られる給付金
博士課程の大学院生の中で優れた学生に研究費用として渡される奨学金




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