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New England JET Calligraphy Club: November Meeting

Enjoy Japanese calligraphy? NEJETAA is teaming up with Showa Boston to start a monthly club for JET Alumni, and Friends of JET, and Japanese College Students All levels encouraged, all supplies provided. Feel free to bring friends who want to learn more about JET! The theme for November’s meeting will be Autumn kanji words! When: […]

Paid Volunteer Position @ Boston Career Forum

Shoko Daddario, a consultant of interest international inc. (DBA iiicareer) is looking for at least 2 Japanese Bilingual Temp staff for the Boston Career Forum. Nov.18 (Fri) 8:30am-5:30pm (1 hour Unpaid Lunch break) Nov.19 (Sat) 8:30am-5:30pm (1 hour Unpaid Lunch break) Nov.20 (Sun) 8:30am-12pm *Pay: $16/hour 【Location】JOHN B. HYNES VETERANS MEMORIAL CONVENTION CENTER If you […]

Boston Career Forum

In town for the Boston Career Forum? The New England JET Alumni Association has three great opportunities for visiting JET alums and Friends of JET: 1) We will hold a networking social on Saturday, November 19th at Cornwall’s Pub from 6:30. Great opportunity to have fun and exchange job-search tips. 2) We will have a […]

Mother’s Way, Daughter’s Choice

Film Screening: Mother’s Way, Daughter’s Choice Showa Boston invites any interested JET alumni or friend of JET to attend its public screening of the film “Mother’s Way, Daughter’s Choice.” A Q&A session with the film’s director, Ms. Kyoka Gasha, will follow. Summary: “I love my mother, but I just don’t want to be like her.” […]

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