We are SO PROUD and GRATEFUL of our Info Officer Hartley Haft and our Superstar alumnus Aiyana Mathews for representing Florida Jetaa at the 2018 JETAA National Conference this past weekend! We’re looking forward to hearing the great things they learned, and using their ideas to create an even better experience for our members in the coming year.
This webinar is for newly returned JETs who want to learn how their JET experience can help them find not just a job, but a fulfilling career. Professional career counselor Emily Frank (Hokkaido, 1993-1996) will explore tips for identifying your needs and values, and learning how to weave those together with your international experiences to find a career path, as well as how to highlight your time in Japan to potential employers. Join us for a great session! To join on the day of the event please visit https://zoom.us/j/359940764.
It can be difficult to make the transition to your life after JET. This webinar is here to help. Featuring JET alumni with expertise in careers and recruiting, this webinar will help you figure out how JET fits into your career path, help you describe your JET experience in a way that employers will understand, teach how to utilize LinkedIn, and much more! Featured speakers are Emily Frank (Hokkaido, 1993-1996), Kamara Toffolo (Gunma, 2007-2008), and Rob Uy (Fukuoka, 1989-1991). To join on the day of the event visit https://zoom.us/j/621315342.
Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA is hiring Paid Interns for Fall 2018. (Washington, D.C.)
Interns will either support our Communications and Education programs or support our Research programs. The application deadline is August 17. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis. For details on the available internships and for instructions on how to apply, please click here.
This newly launched FREE webinar series is intended to provide guidance and instruction to JET alumni across the country on a variety of careers, professional development topics, and unique challenges and how to navigate them. This webinar is on how to become a Japanese teacher after JET. Current JETs and JET alumni are both welcome to join. For those who can’t attend, a recording will be available after the webinar at: https://usjetaa.org/programs/webinar-series/
Good for 2 years, this scholarship supports non-degree research at a Japanese university, or through the completion of a Master’s or PhD program in Japan!
APPLICATION DEADLINE: June 1, 2018. Visit here for more information and to apply.
We are now accepting applications from US high schools for the 2018-19 Global Classmates program, our grant-covered 6-month virtual cultural and language exchange for high school students in the US and Japan.
Move beyond the textbook and provide an opportunity for your upper level Japanese language students to practically learn Japanese in a fun and exciting way, while making friends with Japanese teens in Japan, all from your classroom!
Ever thought about studying in Japan after JET? Alumni have the advantage of already having cultural experience there. The Japanese Governement offers the MEXT Scholarships for Research (non-degree) and Graduate studies (Master’s & PhD). But there are other scholarships to help get you to Japan! Check out the Scholarship for International Students in Japan provided by JASSO (downloadable PDF included)!