This webinar covesr the goals and requirements of the Chapter Grant program, the support available from USJETAA and Sasakawa USA, and the application process. There will be time to ask questions and discuss ideas that chapters are considering at the end.
This is the fifth year that USJETAA and Sasakawa USA have partnered to offer a competitive minigrant program for JETAA chapters and subchapters. This program provides opportunities for the JET alumni associations to organize events and activities on U.S.-Japan relations in their regions.
Join other JETAA chapter leaders for a moderated video discussion on how JETAA chapters have been impacted by the COVID crisis. Share how your chapter is changing to utilize virtual platforms, your struggles, ideas, and advice for this in the new situation. This is an informal opportunity to come together and support each other
Recordings for this webinar are not publicly available, but if you are a JETAA officer please contact director[at]usjetaa.org to request a copy of the recordings.
Are you suddenly working from home and struggling to find balance and be focused? Have you been laid off or furloughed and you’re not sure what’s next? Join us for a free USJETAA webinar, The New Normal: Working during COVID, for tips on how to be productive in this time of upheaval and uncertainty. Please check out the recording below:
Emily Frank (Hokkaido, 1993-1996) graduated from Smith College and was an AET in southern Hokkaido from 1993-1996.
If you’re considering heading back to graduate school, and have questions about deciding when to attend, where to go, why to go and how to pay for it all, this session is for you!
You’ll learn how to market your JET experience both on your resume/C.V. and the applications, how to handle the issues related to letters of recommendation, and what to say on your personal statement to best articulate why you should be accepted and get that great scholarship,
This webinar covered the essential parts of running a small JETAA chapter – including guidance on developing a “national mindset,” utilizing existing national resources, and collaborating with one another and US JETAA to identify and address collective issues. This webinar gives chapter leadership the tools to make decisions and handle key issues. The webinar is for chapter leaders but anyone who is interested may join!
Presenters are Megan Deville (President, JETAA Mid-South), Simon Spadaro-Bliss (Activity Chair,