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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!

May 2016 NEJETAA Officer Voting Open (~5/25)

NEJETAA Executive Officer Elections (5/17-5/25):Online Voting is now open for the May 2016 NEJETAA Executive Officer Elections.Please read the candidate platforms and instructions below. You can cast your vote on the Google Form HERE.Voting Rules: Each NEJETAA member is entitled to cast one ballot only. You have to option to vote for a single candidate or abstain […]

U.S. Career Forum in NYC

JET alumni with at least conversational Japanese language ability are welcome to attend the U.S. Career Forum to explore career options and even land a job at the event. 32 companies have already signed up including ACTUS CONSULTING (Recruiting Agency), AMAZON WEB SERVICES, APPLE, IACE TRAVEL, MIZUHO BANK, NOMURA RESEARCH INSTITUTE AMERICA, SYSCOM, Y’S PUBLISHING, […]

3rd Annual NEJETAA Skip Trip 2016! (Jan. 29-31)

Register by Dec. 21, 2015 To register: This year NEJETAA will host the 3rd Annual Northeast Region Ski Trip from January 29th – 31st at Killington Ski Resort, the largest ski area in the eastern United States. Due to popular demand we have chosen to stay at the Summit Lodge, the hotel we stayed at […]

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