Fukushima JET Alum, Darryl Wharton-Rigby has started a kickstarter fund to support his documentary project about the Fukushima youth taiko group’s story that you may have heard about. His letter is below and you can find more details at JETwit here. I am a former JET (2005 – 2007, Kawamta-machi in Fukushima-ken). I am reaching out […]
Current Oita JET, Chris Allison, has started a project to share information about great places for foreign travelers in Japan to check out. It’s called “The Inaka” Project. As JET and JET Alumni we are in a unique position to help contribute to this project. JETwit has more details here and as noted by another JET officer, this […]
Aloha NEJETAA! My name is Beau Mueller, and I am a former Miyazaki JET (2009-2011) from Hawaii. I am writing you to let you know about a writing contest for former, current and prospective JETs. Details are here. First prize is $150! Along with my wife (also a JET – Kyoto 2002-2004), I have recently […]
Our June Happy Hour once again will follow the 2012-2013 Pre-Departure Orientation for new JETs. We’ll be meeting at Lucky’s from around 5pm with appetizers provided by NEJETAA. Please join us to meet the departing JETs…tell them all about your experiences and also answer any last-minute questions they may have! We look forward to seeing […]
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