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Immediate need for translator in CT

NEJETAA received the following immediate translator request from NEJETAA member, Holly. Please contact Lesley directly for any questions:   Hello Everyone, My company has an urgent need for someone who can translate between English and Japanese at our plant in East Haven, CT from today through Wednesday. Is there anyone in the North East available […]

May 2012 Election results

Congratulations to Jason Currier as our new Vice President, Patricia Frisoli as Treasurer, and Kasey Doran as Social Chair! Also thank you to Anita Brewer for your service as Vice President!  Jenny Cheng has offered her support as Social Committee and to support the planning and announcing of social events where needed. Thank you all […]

JETAA in the news

Thought this might be an interesting video for you to check out: JETAA in the news!  JETAANY was recently featured in a story on Japanese TV about their involvement in the 6th Annual Japan Day at Central Park in New York.  Several members of the JETAANY officers are featured and interviewed in this video including President […]

CMS / Cool Japan Colloquium – Dave Thompkins on Vocoder

YOU ARE INVITED to a talk and discussion with Dave Tompkins, author of a new book that explores the intersections of music, technology, militarism and the magic of the unreal voice.   This event is part of the Comparative Media Studies colloquium series, and is co-sponsored by MIT Cool Japan and the MIT Writing Program.  There will […]

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