JET Rep Visits Campus Sept. 13
Are you intrigued by the prospect of living and working in another culture like Japan after you graduate? Whether you have Japanese language skills or not, the Japan Exchange Teaching (JET) program has a variety of post-grad opportunities for all majors.
Assistant Language Teachers (ALT) assist Japanese instructors teach English to elementary, junior and/or senior high school students, and Coordinators of International Relations (CIR) conduct translation/interpretation services for the Japanese government. Whether you are majoring in the social sciences, natural sciences, or humanities, learn more about the JET Program directly from the JET representative on campus.
Matthew Turner from the Consular Office of Japan in Portland, Information and Cultural Affairs will be in the UC from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13. Mr. Turner will explain what qualifications are needed to be a competitive candidate, describe the responsibilities of the various positions, and answer questions about the various international opportunities. Check out the JET website and bring your questions and curiosity to the JET Info Session this Thursday. Refreshments provided.
Co-sponsored by the Career Development Center and the Department of World Languages & Literatures.