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30th Anniversary Membership Survey (June 2 ~ July 2)

Want to be entered to win an Amazon gift card while helping out the New England JET Alumni community at the same time? In celebration of the JET Program’s 30th anniversary, completing this year’s membership survey between now and July 1st will enter you to win one of five $10 Amazon gift cards!!! Your input […]

Aogiri Phoenix Tree Film Screening

The Showa Boston Activity Board invites JET alumni and Friends of JET to their screening of an original Japanese film, Aogiri – Phoenix Tree at Showa Boston on Sunday, June 5 from 2:15pm – 4:30pm. The film’s director, producer, and musical director will each be present and a discussion with them will follow the screening. […]

Spring General Meeting

Please join our officers for our spring general meeting at Unos in Harvard Sq. Excellent way to have fun, meet fellow JETs, and offer ideas for summer! Some appetizers will be included. Place: 22 John F Kennedy St Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts Time: Tuesday, June 7, 7:00pm – 9:00pm RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1732285430371496/ If you are not a Facebook […]

May 2016 Officer Election Results

The winners of the May 2016 Officer Elections are as follows: Vice President: Mike Buonadonna Treasurer: Rachel Pauplis Social Chair: Eriko Stronach Congratulations to all and thank you to everyone who voted!

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