A warm thought to help heat you up during the chilly Northern California winter: real, live Kabuki is coming back to America this summer! For those on the West Coast, it will mean a trip to New York, which is nonetheless closer and cheaper than Japan. If you were ever curious about Kabuki and
Good times and great networking at Keizai Society’s Shinnenkai Party! On January 31, JET alumni rubbed shoulders with local U.S.-Japan business leaders at the swanky affair at Palo Alto Hills Golf and Country Club. The night featured an inspiring keynote speech by Sony legend Nobuyuki Idei and a traditional Kagamiwari sake barrel breaking ceremony led by
JETAANC leaders met with officials visiting from CLAIR’s Tokyo headquarters at the end of January. It was a good and friendly exchange of ideas. Many exciting things are on the horizon for the JET Program and JETAA. Find out how you can get involved by visiting http://jetaanc.org/activities!
When a devastating earthquake and tsunami hit Japan’s Tohoku region on March 11, 2011 (known as “3-11”), JET alumni around the world rallied to help with relief and recovery efforts. JETAA USA established a national 3-11 Relief Fund that raised $75,000. JETAANC and JETAA chapters across the U.S. raised an additional $360,000 through a wide
Please take a few minutes to fill out this important survey examining the feasibility of creating a national JETAA organization. The survey is part of a serious initiative that could result in great benefits for you and other alumni across the U.S. I appreciate your time on it! Thanks, Mark Frey, Vice President, JETAANC Dear