It can be difficult to take on the role of JETAA chapter president! This webinar is here to help. JETAA USA country representatives and JET alumni chapter presidents will sharing their experiences and give advice. They will share what role they play in their alumni chapters, ways to grow a smaller alumni chapter, and the how and why of having co-presidents.
When: Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 8:30 PM – 9:30 PM EST
Free registration required: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iE2zXWRgQM-uw_A-2ZlIzw
Monica Yuki &
Have you posted a photo on your JETAA chapter website or blog? Have you used music for a JETAA video? If you took that photo or music clip from online, then you want to make sure you aren’t violating copyright laws. Join us to hear speakers share their experiences in dealing with copyright issues and share advice and resources for avoiding these issues. Afterwards, we’ll answer any questions you have about copyright!
The Japan Foundation and the Center for Global Partnership aim to promote international and cultural understanding of Japan and other countries, including the U.S. Both organizations offer a wide range of grant programs and support at the grassroots level in the U.S. focused on this mission. This webinar will provide information about their programs and items on loan that would be relevant to JETAA chapters interested in strengthening and diversifying their events and programming to their alumni.
- Steven Horowitz, JETwit, JETAA USA Board of Advisors, Aichi, 1992-1994
- Christina Omori, JETAA USA Country Representative (2012-2014), Saitama, 2004-2005
- Wesley Julian, Director/Producer, Tohoku Tomo & the 113 Project, Miyagi, 2008-2010
- Laurel Lukaszewski, USJETAA Board of Directors, Kagoshima, 1990-1992
- Elizabeth Brailsford, Project Manager, Writer, and Editor, Panagora Group, Niigata, 2004-2007
- Mya Fisher, Director of Education and TOMODACHI Programs, U.S.-Japan Council, Kanagawa, 2000-2002