Japanese embassy, JET alumni host open forum

Screenshot of the current JETs in Japan. -
Screenshot of the current JETs in Japan. -

THE Embassy of Japan in TT, in collaboration with the JET Alumni Association in TT (JETAATT), hosted the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme open forum on November 6.

The event was held to give those interested in applying for the JET programme, some insight on what the programme is, the application process and what to expect on the programme while in Japan. A range of speakers, including those who recently went through the application process and was recently selected, current JETs living and working in Japan and past JETs, gave insight on how being on the programme aided their development.

Japanese Ambassador Tatsuo Hirayama gives opening remarks at JET open forum. -

The event included remarks from Ambassador Hirayama, president of the JETAATT Laurence Inniss, and JET participant from 2005-2010 Allan Wooding. After the remarks, there was a discussion segment where interested participants were able to have their questions about the programme answered.

Applications are open for the JET 2021 cycle and the deadline for applications is December 18.

Screenshot of the newly selected JETs.
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For more info: https://www.tt.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/jet_program.html

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