About JETAANYThe Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program Alumni Association of New York (JETAANY) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving over 2,000 members in the tri-state area. JET Alumni have all lived and worked in Japan as English teachers in the Japanese Public School System. JETAANY’s mission is to assist returning JETs with acclimating to life and work in New York, foster education and understanding of Japanese culture and strengthen the ties between JET alumni and the Japanese community. We do this through a wide variety of social, cultural, professional and athletic events throughout the year.
Japan Photo Contest
- JQ Magazine: Book Review — New from Tuttle (Fall 2017)
- JQ Magazine: Nippon in New York — Yayoi Kusama Returns, ‘Rikyu-Enoura,’ Anime NYC
- JQ Magazine: New York Comic Con, ‘Porco Rosso,’ ‘The Legend of Zelda,’ Food Porn Party
- JQ Magazine: Film Review — ‘The Red Turtle’
- JQ Magazine: Film Review — ‘Hayao Miyazaki: Never-Ending Man’
Archive for March, 2007
Posted on March 30, 2007 | No CommentsCheck out all the pictures from the event in the Gallery. If you have any pictures you want to share, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. The winner of the photo contest, a snapshot of a bustling Shibuya Station, by JETAANY webmaster, Lee-Sean Huang:
Posted on March 22, 2007 | No CommentsThe JET Alumni Association is one of three organizations being recognized for our continued commitment to fostering global education. The Japanese American National Museum will be honoring JETAA at their 2007 Annual Gala Dinner, U.S.-Japan Relations: Celebrating People-to-People Connections. The Annual Gala Dinner is the National Museum’s major fundraising event for the year with all proceeds supporting the Museum’s education programs.
Posted on March 21, 2007 | No CommentsCome and meet the new JETAANY Executive Board and the new Social Secretaries, or if that doesn’t sound attractive, just come for a couple of post-work pints, to chat about upcoming events or to unwind after work. Venue is the charmingly named Galway Hooker (which refers to a type of boat, in case you were wondering) at 7, East 36th St between 5th Ave and Madison. They boast of having a selection of over 120 beers, so no-one will be going thirsty. Kicks off at 6 p.m, all welcome. NB: While you don’t need to RSVP as such, it would be helpful if we knew numbers. So, if you plan to come, please just drop a quick note to email@example.com […]