Service Translation
Work With Us

Work With Us

Our Community Partners

Go For Broke National Education Center

We have been working together with Go For Broke National Education Center since our foundation.

“Go For Broke” was the motto for the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, an Army unit whose members were Japanese-Americans from Hawaii and the United States. In 1989, this organization was established under the name of “100th/442nd/MIS World War II Memorial Foundation” for the purpose of letting people acknowledge their experiences during World War II.

Today, they share the experiences of the Nisei (second generation of Japanese Americans) veterans and the Japanese-Americans during World War II through exhibitions, public programs, oral history, archival collections, lesson plans, and school tours with their new name, “Go For Broke National Education Center.” They work for the goal of educating and spreading equality from the virtues and bravery of Nisei veterans and Japanese-Americans in World War II.

(Reference: Go For Broke National Education Center website

Student Volunteers

Our organization is divided into two roles, the translators and the project managers. The translators translate documents and also review others’ work. Project managers are chosen one by one from Middlebury College and ICU Time Travelers. Their jobs are organizing monthly meetings, checking the progress of the project, connecting Middlebury students and the members of ICU Time Travelers, and communicating with community partners.

Contact Information

General Advisor: Kristen Mullins

  • Middlebury College’s Center for Community Engagement staff member
  • For questions about Middlebury College, Center for Community Engagement, etc.
  • Available in English

Project Manager: Mia Kojima

  • Middlebury College student
  • For questions about the Service Translation project, etc.
  • Available in English

Representative of ICU Time Travelers: Momo Asaka