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General Meeting Wed 7/18

Summer is in full swing and the new JETs’ departures are fast approaching! In the midst of it all, we have another event coming up. Next week is the NEJETAA General Meeting! Please join your fellow JET Alumni for snacks and updates on what’s happening in our chapter!   What: General Meeting When: Wednesday July […]

Volunteers for Black Ships Festival

Black Ships Festival Volunteers Needed for Saturday, July 21     The Japanese Consulate will have a booth at the upcoming  Black Ships Festival in Newport, RI on Saturday, July 21 and would like to ask for a few volunteers to help out.  We will be doing kingyo sukui (goldfish scooping, but with fake fish), […]

Joto Sake Tasting

NEJETAA members are invited to a sake tasting by Joto Sake at Fugakyu. Please mention you’re from NEJETAA when you RSVP!   Brewery Tour, 2012 Joto Sake Please join us in welcoming the owners from three of the most prestigious breweries in Japan! Yuki No Bosha, Eiko Fuji and Shichi Hon Yari. Enjoy a Sake tasting and […]

JQ Magazine seeks writers

JQ Magazine Seeks Writers for Summer 2012! As we slide into summer, JETAA New York’s JQ magazine continues to provide content with an ever-expanding array of articles, interviews and features (see our recent stories here). We’re now looking for new writers, including recent returnees and JET vets, from all JETAA chapters worldwide for posting stories via our host at […]

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