Join USJETAA and NABEA for a conversation with author Karen Hill Anton. This event celebrates the publication of Karen’s latest book, The View from Breast Pocket Mountain. It will feature an introduction to the book, Karen reading a book excerpt and a Q&A session. We encourage anyone who is interested in learning more about her experiences and the book to attend.
The View From Breast Pocket Mountain is a unique and previously untold story,
USJETAA and Kokoro Care Packages are pleased to announce this event that will give you a peek into the world of Japanese farming. One cannot think of the Japanese countryside without conjuring up images of terraced rice fields, lush and green or filled with water depending on the season. Yet most of us don’t know much about the concerns of small farmers, the impact of an aging population,
October 27, 2020
1 PM PT / 4 PM ET
Join USJETAA and TABLE FOR TWO for an #Onigiri Action 2020 virtual event. TABLE FOR TWO (TFT), a global nonprofit with roots in Japan, is again sponsoring its #OnigiriAction Campaign. Join us for a family-friendly event where we will make, decorate, and eat rice balls, and then post pictures of the onigiri.
Oct 21, 2020 08:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Ever dreamed of living and working in Japan? Already interested in JET but not sure if you should take the leap? Join us for an Online Info Session co-hosted with the JET Program Coordinators at the Embassy of Japan in the US! This webinar will dig into the details of JET – departure schedule,
Oct 20, 2020 09:00 PM Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo
Please join USJETAA and US Embassy Tokyo for an information session on the 2020 Microgrant Initiative for American JETs. This session will give you the basic information on applying to the program and answer any your questions.
The Microgrant Initiative for American JETs is funded by the U.S. Embassy Tokyo. This program provides small grants to JET participants working in Japan on the JET Programme to fund projects that introduce American culture and English language to students in their classrooms and to the local community.