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THE TRUTH About the JET (JAPAN EXCHANGE & TEACHING) Program// My Experience Teaching Abroad
The truth about the JET Program & what it's all about.I am not trying to put JET in a negative light. The JET Program is great for people who want to experience Japan and are nervous to move or get their foot in the door with working in Japan. I learned a lot of life skills before changing jobs and finding my way through this crazy life! I do recommend them. My situation was just...different. #teachinginjapan #lifeinjapan #traveltojapan #JETprogram #myfirsttime #lifeabroad #Japantips :::::♥ ♥::::: LINKS :::::♥ ♥::::: AOMORI APARTMENT VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RecwwxAUrYI DAY 1 of TRAVELING AOMORI (I had pneumonia the whole time XD) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv_nyfi3ydg&t=33s My Old HIROSAKI Blog http://followme2aomori.blogspot.com/ :::::♥ ♥::::: LOVELYZKELLY.COM :::::♥ ♥::::: https://www.lovelyzkelly.com/ ::::♥ ♥::::: DONATE :::::♥ ♥::::: Help me pay for trips around Japan and new camera equipment for better content! Paypal: [email protected] :::::♥ ♥::::: SUBTITLES :::::♥ ♥::::: Please help me translate my videos! Subtitles here: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=-AL9yyuWwnI :::::♥ ♥::::: MUSIC :::::♥ ♥::::: Music by Epidemic Sound! http://www.epidemicsound.com :::::♥ ♥::::: SOCIAL MEDIA :::::♥ ♥::::: INSTAGRAM :::::♥ ♥::::: lovelyzkelly TWITTER :::::♥ ♥::::: https://twitter.com/lovelyzkelly FACEBOOK :::::♥ ♥::::: https://www.facebook.com/lovelyzkellyofficial ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:­·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·­.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. Your virtual ticket to Japan ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:­·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·­.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. Hi! My name is Kelly and I am an English teacher living in Japan! I studied Japanese and education at Michigan State University with a minor in TESOL so I am living the dream! I`m also a singer/songwriter and love to travel and eat lots of yummy food around the world! I post videos about lifestyle, health, and travel. l please don't be afraid to comment on what I can improve on as well as on any travel tips you have or cool places to visit! 皆さん、初めまして。 私の名前はケリーです。 私は東京に住んでいて英語を教えています。 ミシガン州立大学で日本語と教育を専攻していました。 TESOLも勉強したので自分の夢をかなえることが出来ました。 私は日本の生活や旅行についてのビデオを作ります。 歌うことも大好きなのでそれもチャンネルでお見せしますね。 私はYouTubeを始めたばかりなので 何かアドバイスあったらコメントして下さい。 私の生活をシェア出来ることすごくワクワクしてます。 ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:­·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·­.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. ☆ ----- Contact me for business inquiries or sponsorships! ----- ☆ [email protected] ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:­·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·­.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.
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JET Program: How Much Do ALTs REALLY Make?
You know I get a 6-digit income here in Japan every month, right? ...... in yen that is. HAHA well. Let's talk about money this week. While the salary for teaching abroad isn't low, it also doesn't mean that I get to save a lot here because there are always, ALWAYS things that happen unexpectedly and cost a fortune. In this video you'll find out how much I really make, spend, and save. I have really come to realize how hard making and saving money is...... adulting is scary. Ft. a detailed list of expenses for daily life in Japan e.g. base salary, insurances, utilities, drinking parties, travels, driving tests, Japanese textbooks etc. To next pay check: why aren't you here already? --- Subscribe to see more Japanese shenanigans! Website: www.caradventuresxo.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecaradventures Instagram: TheCaradventures Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5860273
Views: 43704 Caradventures
A Day in The Life of an ALT
A video made during my time as a volunteer Regional Advisor in Ehime, Japan. The video was shown during new-JET orientation in order to give people a feel for what and average day in Japan may look like and how to interact with students and teachers. We also tried to encourage people who watched this video to not be afraid to become active in their community. The video was well-recieved.
Views: 131829 Midwest in the FarEast
Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Programme - Introduction
Imagine your life in Japan with the JET Programme. Gain valuable overseas work experience, learn about Japanese culture, and meet people from around the world, while contributing to language education and international understanding. The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme offers a minimum, one-year opportunity to experience Japan as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) or Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) through an official Government of Japan program. ALTs work alongside Japanese teachers of English in the public school system, while CIRs are employed in local government offices. Application and further info: http://jetprogramme.ca/
JET Program: Daily Life as an ALT
Three months ago I was still going to lectures, cramming essays, and making sure I could graduate; three months later I am standing on the other side of the classroom and formally an English teacher in Japanese elementary + junior high schools and.... WHAAAAAAA? BUT the JET programme (Japan Exchange and Teaching) life is more than just teaching! It's also about taking off your shoes at school, eating the same food as your students, cleaning the school after lunch, and adapting to the Japanese lifestyle in your downtime. You'll have 99 problems settling down in Japan, but the joy of seeing your students smile at you ain't one. PS. For aspiring JETs who are of Asian descent, please check out my video on how it feels to be an Asian foreigner in Japan! Hope it helps you understand what people expect of you and what kind of difficulties you will be going through when you settle in Japan. :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3NYZkUoFnU Don't forget to subscribe for more Japanese shenanigans! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecaradventures Instagram: TheCaradventures
Views: 27681 Caradventures
My Year in JET (Japan Exchange and Teach) Programme
My year in the JET Programme in Towada, Aomori, Japan Shot in various junior high schools
Views: 8830 aliasyoko
The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program: All You Need to Know | ITTT TEFL BLOG
The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program is not the only means to teach English in Japan, but it is one of the most popular programs out there both for aspiring teachers and those who wish to pursue other fields. I first joined this program a little over a year ago. In the short time since then, I've gained incredibly valuable experiences through my work as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT). Local prefectural governments and larger government bodies, including Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, manage the JET Program. They hire ALTs from English-speaking countries all over the world to increase Japan's international understanding at the level of local communities. Japan is an attractive country to teach in because teachers hold a certain respect in society, and English language knowledge is highly valued. On top of that, living in Japan can be a real adventure! The country is a unique blend of old and new with far too many hidden gems to count. Wherever you go in Japan, it will quickly become your favorite place! Read more here: https://www.teflcourse.net/blog/the-japan-exchange-and-teaching-jet-program-all-you-need-to-know-and-how-to-apply-ittt-tefl-blog/?cu=YTDESCRIPTION Are you ready to live and teach abroad? Click here and get started today: https://www.teflcourse.net/?cu=YTDESCRIPTION Check our wide range of online TEFL & TESOL courses: https://www.teflonline.net/?cu=YTDESCRIPTION
Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Programme - When did you first become interested in Japan?
When did you first become interested in Japan?🇯🇵️🎎🎏 This year's JET participants answer this question!🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️ Follow their JETSTORY as they share why they joined the JET Programme! JET Programme Information and Application: http://jetprogramme.ca/apply/
Working in Japanese Schools: The Good and Bad
So I made a giant list of things that I wanted to talk about that are good, bad, and in-between with the JET Programme, schools, and life in Japan. I ended up having to make these into separate videos because it was getting too long. This one is about the good and the bad for working in japanese schools. WORKING IN JAPANESE SCHOOLS BAD: - The students. - Working in so many schools that you barely get to see the students as much as you'd like. - Problems with textbook grammar. - "Can you teach grade 1?" - Schools forget to send you your schedule. - You get thrown into a classroom with no prior teaching experience. GOOD: - The Students. - Working in a variety of schools means you can learn a variety of teaching techniques. - Improve your management and organization skills. (No time, no problem!) - Culture exchange with both students and teachers. - You get to see or be a part of school's culture festivals and sports festivals. IN-BETWEEN: - The people you work with: Teachers, principles, volunteers, parents, etc. - The Students. - Language barrier. - You must be in your school for the day you're scheduled to work. - It takes up to 6 months to really get a feel for teaching English in Japan. If you have any questions or comments feel free to leave a message! I'll get back to you as soon as I can!
Views: 10147 Jessica Roh
2019 ♡ BIG ANNOUNCEMENT ♡ 2019 I have started a Patreon page where I can guide you through the JET Program application process. I can help get your Statement of Purpose perfect as well as helping you with the interview. Starting from only $3, I really, really recommend you to take advantage of this opportunity to give yourself the best possible opportunity to be accepted into the JET Program ♡ Patreon Page - https://www.patreon.com/CourtneyCoulston Patreon Instagram - @courtneycoulstonpatreon HEY YALL! In this video, I will tell you my thoughts about breaking contract here in Japan on the JET Program. As you may or may not know, the JET Program is a one year contract and it's pretty frowned upon if you prematurely break contract before the year is up. I believe a lot of people get a lot of slack for breaking contract but I think it's important to always remember not to judge people for their decisions because we have no idea what they are going through, or their family issues back home etc. Also, after editing this video, I realized that I probably missed out A LOT more reasons as to why someone would break contract (I got too distracted by the waterworks I guess lol!). But yeah, it would be great if anyone has any thoughts about this video to please leave a comment below! Oh and also, sorry if this makes anyone mad about me saying that I don't think it's a big deal to break contract... I just think if the reasons are truly there then I see no problem with it. For me, sometimes you got to be selfish in life! But this also requires being honest with yourself to make a proper decision by weighing up pros and cons. But anyway, I hope you guys enjoy and give this video a thumbs up if you liked it and I will see you in my next video! Enjoy the rest of your week!!! :) ~~~CHECK OUT SOME OF MY OTHER VIDEOS ~~~ | JAPAN TAG 2017 | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMVdIuMFEcY | 20 THINGS I WILL MISS ABOUT JAPAN | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ce8IDhrstQ&t=22s | MY TOP TEN TEACHING TIPS IN JAPAN | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Fl08wo8lGM | MOVING HOUSE ON THE JET PROGRAM! | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NvmLgv0pC4&t=142s | JET PROGRAM | FIRST MONTH IN JAPAN | WHAT TO EXPECT | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKGjZE5EcMI | JET PROGRAM | DISAPPOINTED IN YOUR PLACEMENT? | URBAN VS RURAL | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKGjZE5EcMI | JET PROGRAM | INTRODUCTION LESSON | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yACLdFiJ5g | JET PROGRAM APARTMENT TOUR | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cz2PmXv7xk F O L L O W M E ! ! ! I N S T A G R A M -- @courtneyinjapan T W I T T E R -- https://twitter.com/courtcoulston S N A P C H A T -- @courtneyc101 E M A I L -- [email protected]
Views: 2229 Courtney Coulston
JET Programme ALT: Fitness and Workout Routine in Japan
Since moving to Japan, one of my main concerns was a lack of large public parks that I am accustomed to back home for working out. Only finding small enclosures titled as parks on Google Maps in my neighbourhood, I asked my vice principal if it was possible to use the school playground. With her approval, I have been able to keep up my cardiovascular fitness after work. It goes to show you that sometimes, you just need to ask. To supplement running, some other free options in Japan include walking, hiking, and biking. This is one of two cardiovascular routines that I do focusing primarily on sprint and agility, along with some calisthenics that can be done at the school playground. The ending is some fun plyometric challenges. EXERCISES- MAX REPS (where possible) at 3-4 SETS. Icky Shuffle High Knees/Butt Kicks 50m Dash Box Jumps Pull Ups Chin Ups Dips Handstand Walk Mountain Climbers Shuttle Run Side Shuffle Front/Back Sprints Zig Zag Weave Thank you to Roley for helping with filming. Follow him on IG at https://www.instagram.com/roleyadventures/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Intro Music Culture Code - Electricity (feat. Michael Zhonga) [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDCDemLIUO0 YouTube http://www.youtube.com/culturecodeuk Music Music: Solar Flares - Silent Partner https://youtu.be/h9bqn5Q3jVI Download: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/... Track: Tobu & Marcus Mouya - Running Away [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQT_2XS45Uk Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/toburunning
Views: 323 Andrew Saitoh
Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme - What was the Most Useful Part of Your Training?
Do you worry you're not prepared enough to live and work in Japan?🤔 Training is an important part of any new job and the JET Programme provides valuable support before you leave for Japan!👩‍🏫👨‍🏫 In this instalment of #JETStory, our newest JETs talk about the most useful part of their pre-departure training!👨‍🎓👩‍🎓 The 2019 JET Programme application is currently open at http://jetprogramme.ca. Deadline to apply: November 16, 2018.
"Meet the ALTs!": Takamatsu City JETs 2013-2014
Compiled and edited by Gavin Alistair Hugh and Angharad Sian Reynolds. A short video created for inclusion on the "Good Morning Takamatsu!" elementary school DVD project for Takamatsu City Board of Education. The video features the ALTs (Assistant Language Teachers) on the JET (Japan Exchange & Teaching) Programme in Takamatsu City, Kagawa, Japan (for 2013-2014).
Views: 593 Gavin Hugh
Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme - Why apply to JET?
Meet seven of this year’s cohort and discover why they chose to apply for the JET Programme! 🍜🏯🌸🎐🥋 Follow them over the next few weeks as they share their experiences of preparing for the JET Programme! Apply at http://jetprogramme.ca/apply/
JET Program Interview: WHAT DID THEY ASK???
There weren't scary interviewers or that infamous mock lesson question in my interview, BUT there were certainly a few unexpected questions, a Japanese language test, and a few drops of sweat. Got three main parts in this video: 1) What questions I was asked (including the Japanese test Qs) 2) What questions to ask interviewers 3) General tips GOOD LUCK GUYS!!!! :) Subscribe to see more Japanese shenanigans! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecaradventures Instagram: TheCaradventures Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5860273 *My personal website will be up very soon! Stay tuned x
Views: 37864 Caradventures
Something To Talk About - Episode 164: Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (JET)
Patti Arroyo sits with former members of the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program, also known as JET, Scott Clark and Jennifer McFerran as they share their experience in the program and the impact it had on their lives. Original Airdate: October 7, 2018
Views: 87 SMG
Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program: 3 yrs in photos
Hark, recent grads, sabbatical takers, and career changers! Watch this slideshow and decide if you should apply to the JET Program.
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The JET Experience
JET Program participants, both current and former, share their stories of Japan. With scenes from across Japan, be inspired to learn more about JET and start on your own adventure! Learn more at https://jetprogramusa.org/
Views: 14123 JET Program USA
Moving to Fukui Prefecture | Japan Exchange
Why I moved to Japan and my life so far. ______________________________________________________________________ Find more adventures on my blog: coming soon... Like me on Facebook: https://www.instagram.com/leahbell4/?hl=en Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leahbell4/?hl=en _______________________________________________________________________ Music from YouTube Audio Library _______________________________________________________________________ Hi, I’m Leah! I’m a twenty-something U.S.-native and adventurer trying to my to visit as many countries as possible. I’m a part-time traveler and a full-time English teacher in Japan on the JET Program.Disclaimer:
Views: 266 Leah Burkett
Stu in Japan - Life as a JET: Entry 7, Jungle Ruins
Video blog about my new life in Japan as an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme. Hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 5315 Where's Stu
An Average Weekend Living in Japan (JET Program)
Ever wonder what a weekend on the JET program might look like? Well, if you try, they could be awesome like this one! In this video: A) HUGE Nabemono party with coworkers (Nabemono is extremely popular in the wintertime) B) Local preschool visit C) Catching lectures on "New Year Celebrations from Around the World" (Korea, China, Ireland) D) A beautiful drive through the mountains! and then E) Nabe again! with many teachers from around town. What a great weekend! Feel free to ask me questions. Be sure to thumbs up! Music: Work Drug's Absolute Bearing album. "License to Drive"
Views: 18616 Midwest in the FarEast
The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme
Ntb 2012年7月14日放送 『米国JET記念青少年招聘事業』 Ntb 毎週土曜日午前8時〜8時半で放送中 チャンネルKXLA44/DT44.1 ケーブルテレビでご覧になる場合のチャンネルはケーブル局によって異なります。 詳しくは、以下KXLA(放送局)のホームページからご確認頂けます。 http://www.kxlatv.com/listings.html
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JET Pre Departure-  My Time on the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (2004-07)
About Me: Not your typical JET * Entered the JET Program at 31 years of age * Married JET (wife is Japanese, met in CA) * A native of South Carolina and lived in California for 9 years. * Had been to Japan before JET as a service member in the US Navy. * Had some Japanese ability before JET. * Had professional experience before JET. (US Navy, Business Development with a Japanese food company, and Freight Forwarding). * Slowly worked my way to a licensed K-12 teacher after JET.
Views: 42 Daniel J. Stone
JET Program Vlog 1: Apartment
My name is Brendan Pierce and I am an upgraded alternate on the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program. Posting this from my phone. The purpose is to give information about living and working in Japan.
Views: 485 brendan0077
Culture: Adapting to difference: JETS to Japan Part 2
PART 2 of 2 Now that the students have been on exchanges what do those who are keen in Japan, do in order to carry on with their interests? One way is to join the JET programme.
Views: 969 VisitKansai
COST of LIVING in JAPAN - JET Programme Salary
I know there are quite a few people who wonder what the expenses are like living in Japan. So this is my little video explaining how I've found the cost of living in Japan over my (almost) one year in Japan. I'm on the JET Programme so I compared my living expenses to the JET salary. Overall, I feel like it's a pretty comfortable life. There is enough to cover my basic expenses and still save/send money home as well as travel a bit. Let me know what your experience is like if you live in Japan. Much love and happy travels xo Meggie Kay - - - - - Other Videos: My Japanese Apartment Tour: https://youtu.be/J9yJ2hfKX5c Takachiho Gorge: https://youtu.be/4HSceK8S8yo Things to See in Osaka: https://youtu.be/5xMy7gSPFBQ - - - - - Find more adventures on my blog: http://nomadicmeg.com Like me on Facebook: http://facebook.com/NomadicMeg Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/meggiekay Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/heymeggiekay - - - - - Music from the YouTube Audio Library - - - - - Hey! I'm Meggie Kay! I'm a travel and lifestyle vlogger/blogger. I'm just a 20-something Canadian girl who loves to explore the world. But more than that, I'm a serial expat and who loves to share my travels and life in foreign countries. So far I've lived in the USA, Germany, Singapore, and New Zealand and currently living in Japan. Join in on the adventure!
Views: 19234 Meggie Kay
JET Programme Introduction (1988)
Here's a video from 1988, before the JET Programme welcomed our thousandth participant. Here are some other notable things that happened in 1988, a big year in infrastructure: ・Honshu is connected to Hokkaido by the Seikan Tunnel ・Honshu is connected to Shikoku by the Great Seto Bridge ・Olympic Silver Medalist Ai Fukuhara is born in Sendai ・Pop star Miliyah Kato is born in Toyota, Aichi
Stu in Japan - Life as a JET: Entry 4
Video blog about my new life in Japan as an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme. Hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 6629 Where's Stu
Stu in Japan - Life as a JET: Entry 6, The Gunma trip
Video blog about my new life in Japan as an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme. Hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 8045 Where's Stu
JET PROGRAMME - The JET Experience VLOG # 3 - Toronto to Tokyo
I'm finally in Japan and I've been here for a few weeks now. I bought a new camera but have been unable to edit any of the footage I've been collecting because my computer wasn't powerful enough. Fortunately, that issue has been remedied since I've purchased a macbookpro :) I hope you enjoy this look at the departure and arrival in Japan for Tokyo Orientation.
Views: 4873 DriftHunterAlbo
JET Program - Currency Exchange
This is a very important and often troublesome aspect of moving to Japan and I hope this helps to smooth things out!
Views: 1718 DeeDoubleYou81
Being an English Teacher in Japan | A Day in The Life
Connect with me on Twitter https://twitter.com/BenWall1221 My Blog http://mrbenjaminwall.com Life as an English Teacher in japan is exciting and can be a great way to meet Japanese people from all walks of life and to listen to the mindset and the ways of thinking of the japanese people. I love this job and this is just what an average day looks like for me. Music: Tropical Love (Original Mix) by Del https://soundcloud.com/del-sound Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/iYXT32UKTD8 Let the Show Begin by HookSounds http://www.hooksounds.com/ Creative Commons — Attribution 4.0 International — CC BY 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/CEUvKL8ZLWg
Views: 52525 Yuki and Ben
Applying for JET Program
Adam H. Lisbon, assistant professor and Japanese/Korean Studies librarian, discusses applying for the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. The JET program is an amazing opportunity or English speakers around the world to live and work in Japan - either as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) or Coordinators of International Relations (CIRs). This workshop talks about what makes a great job applicant in general, not just for the JET program. Best of luck to all those who apply for JET! Important sites mentioned: JET Program USA (https://jetprogramusa.org/) Tofugu's Statement of Purpose video: (https://www.tofugu.com/japan/jet-program-statement-of-purpose/) Tofugu's JET guide: (https://www.tofugu.com/series/jet-program/) ----- Navigate this video: 06:23 - JET 101: (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=6m23s) 11:43 - The Letters of Recommendation (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=11m43s) 13:33 - The Statement of Purpose (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=13m33s) 20:26 - Interview Tips (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=20m26s) 24:09 - What Interviewers are Thinking (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=24m9s) 28:25 - How JET fits into your Life (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=28m25s) 36:41 - Q&A Session (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=36m41s)
JETS and Cherry Blossoms: Visiting the American Air Base in Japan
Visit USA! →US Air base in Tokyo! Japanese sakura blossoms, American taste: How Americans celebrate the Cherry Blossom season in Japan with Japanese girls and boys. A big Sakura Festival is held annually on the grounds of the famous US military air base in Yokota to celebrate the friendship between Japan and the USA. We were invited to join in, so let's see how America celebrates the Japanese cherry blossom near Tokyo. *NOTICE ME!!* SUBTITLES for ALL VIDEOS!! Please click the settings and activate your subtitles!! ▶SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL FOR MORE VIDEOS!! http://www.youtube.com/c/AskJapanese?sub_confirmation=1 ★ CATHY CAT'S JAPAN VLOG CHANNEL IS HERE ★ https://www.youtube.com/user/Canudoitcosplaygirl?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 12828 Ask Japanese
Exchange student gets a Private Jet Ride
Ride along with me in my Beechcraft Premier 1A as I travel from Orland, Florida to Indianapolis, IN with Swiss high school exchange student Simon. Route of Flight- KORL WORMS GUANO MATEO SHRKS Q89 ATL J89 IIU SCARF DECEE VHP KTYQ Products that P1D endorses and are featured in this video- Airborne texting by Airtext. http://airtext.aero Sunglasses by Randolph Engineering https://www.randolphusa.com Headset by Phonak Freecom 7100 https://www.phonak-communications.com/en/products/aviation-headset/freecom-7100/ Cameras by GoPro https://gopro.com Follow me on Instagram @premier1driver For Merchandise and more information on the pilot and his plane, go to https://premier1driver.com
Views: 37618 Premier 1 Driver
Your Assistant English Teacher-  Template for Teacher Intros for the JET Program
Back in 2004, before I departed for the JET Program, I made this powerpoint for my self-introduction. I hope that this video will help current and future JETs with their introductions to the various schools that they serve while on the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program.
Views: 40 Daniel J. Stone
Stu in Japan - Life as a JET: Entry 5
Video blog about my new life in Japan as an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme. Hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 4944 Where's Stu
The JET Interview (H.A.G.P.E.T.S)
An "Instructional" Video about how to interview for the JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching Program) Program. Pro-Tip: It's probably not a good indication if you have to say, "I like you in a healthy and not obsessive way," to someone. While I think all the tips are good, solid interview tips, this video was made primarily for my own amusement. Other than myself, I did not intend to insult or make fun of anyone in this video. I would be happy to answer any questions about the JET application and interview process; just ask me in the comments or private message me if you would prefer. Disclaimer: I do not conduct the JET interviews, so all of this is speculation. For all I know, JET could dislike serial killers even if they are positive. Perish the thought. No dinosaurs were harmed in the making of this video. Helpful Links: http://www.jetprogramme.org/ http://www.jetprogramme.org/forums/
Views: 475 Dead Philosopher
JET Programme Arigato Campaign
JET Arigato Campaign - Image Video (Music Credit: "Memories" - Bensound.com) This is the official Youtube channel of the JET Programme Arigato Campaign, hosted by CLAIR (Council of Local Authorities for International Relations). こちらはJETプログラムの「JETありがとうキャンペーン」の公式Youtubeチャネルです。 http://jetprogramme.org/arigatojet/ Have you had exciting and unique experiences, met interesting people, and made new discoveries while on the JET Programme? Then you should consider participating in the JET Arigato Campaign! We will be accepting typed, voice, and video messages, as well as photos, to commemorate the Programme's 30th anniversary and say thank you to members of schools, local communities, and the JET community itself. Members of your community are welcome to participate! About the JET Programme: The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme is administered through the collaboration of Japan’s local government authorities, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), and the Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR). Aiming primarily to promote grass-roots internationalisation at the local level, the JET Programme invites young, college-educated individuals from around the world to participate in international exchange work and be involved in foreign language education at Japan’s local government offices, boards of education, and schools. The JET Programme has grown significantly over its 30 year history, with the number of participating countries growing from four to forty-three, and the number of participants from 848 to 4,786. Since its establishment, over 62,000 people from 65 countries have participated in the JET Programme, creating one of the largest international alumni networks in the world.
I'm Moving to Japan!
So this year I got accepted into the Japan Exchange Teaching (JET) Program, and on July 23, I will be moving to Japan to teach English! If you have any burning questions you'd like to ask regarding the JET Program, my upcoming move to Japan, or just anything in general, feel free to ask by leaving a comment or sending me a private message!
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JET Vlog - One Year of Electricity in Japan
I go over one year's receipts for my Electric bill in rural Japan. The current exchange rate I used when converting some amounts to dollars was 80yen = $1. Another helpful vlog with a similar topic is here: http://youtu.be/jKnl37rrc7U Enjoy! -Jason
Views: 7061 Myargonauts Jason
Stu in Japan - Frisbee, fishing, clubbing and hunting (Life as a JET: 2-1)
The vlog continues after a fairly long hiatus. I'm still an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme and as of yet have not been fired. This episode is a summary of my life in Japan during the month of October 2011. I hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 3553 Where's Stu
5 EASY TIPS to help YOU get into the JET PROGRAMME! | Toma Rider
Hey guys, I'm a 3rd year ALT on the JET Programme, and I thought I would share some of my advice for any interested applicants!
Views: 2476 Toma Rider
JET Programme Video Contest 2017 Compilation
The JET Programme Video Contest showcases the hidden charms of Japan’s local communities as seen through the eyes of current and former JET participants. JETプログラム参加者及び元JETプログラム参加者の視点で発掘した地域の魅力を動画で発信するため、JETプログラム動画コンテストを開催しました。 Music: Cool by Tobu https://soundcloud.com/7obu Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/lbMraHEhdgM
Japan Exchange : The Truth ? ? It’s Just a Pitty Party🎉
Now that's it's been over a month since I've come to Japan, I just wants to share with you guys what's been going on behind the scenes of the happy memories in the videos lol
Views: 835 Sachi’s World
Applying to the JET Program - Vlog #1 - Get the Application!
The start of a new series. This series will focus on applying to the JET Programme. Topics I'll cover in upcoming vlogs: getting started the essay the other documents needed question areas of the application itself anything you guys ask me about Here are the important links!! The JET Programme homepage: http://www.jetprogramme.org/ Application FAQ: http://www.jetprogramme.org/e/aspiring/faq.html American JET hopefuls - go here for the online application: http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JET/application2010.html UK JETs go here: http://www.jet-uk.org/ Other countries, go here and select your home country (where you have a passport): http://www.jetprogramme.org/e/aspiring/countries.html Good luck! More vlogs coming soon. Thanks for watching! -Jason
Views: 19749 Myargonauts Jason
Asakusa with my Japanese High School Friends! | Japan Exchange | Remy K
Hey! EP6 Hope you enjoyed this video to Asakusa with the "going out" club from my Japanese High School! Im filming a vlog tomorrow so if there is anything you want to see or for me to talk about, tell me down in the comments below!! Anything you want me to do or any places to go or even just questions! If you want more videos with my friends in it, just simply give this video a thumbs up and comment down below what you would like to see and any video ideas! Seriously thanks for watching guys! :) Social Media links: Blog: http://remykatherine.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/remykatherine/ Twitter https://twitter.com/RemyKatherine Tumblr https://remykatherine-blog.tumblr.com/ Don't forget to subscribe to see more videos! Remy x
Views: 7381 Remy K