JETAANY & USJETAA would like to invite you and other local JET alumni for a discussion and private reception at the Japan Society. You’ll learn more about the JET Alumni Association, at both the local and national levels. As JETAANY grows to 2,000(!) members in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, we are actively seeking support from our members to help host, plan, and lead the chapter.
Date: Wednesday, May 25th
Location: Japan Society (333 East 47th Street, New York)
Time: 5:30pm access to the museum, 6:30 meeting starts
Please join us for:
- A presentation by USJETAA, the new 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit umbrella organization serving the 19 JETAA chapters across the United States
- Learning more about how to get involved with JETAANY and what is on the horizon
- A reception at 6:30 pm including appetizers and beer/wine
- Free access to the 3/11 exhibit at the Japan Society from 5:30pm to 6:30pm
- Mixing and mingling with fellow JET alumni!
RSVP: Let us know you’re coming on Facebook or emailing Monica Yuki (email@example.com) or Pam Kavalam (firstname.lastname@example.org). Hope to see you there! Please feel free to pass along the invitation to other JETs.
Get involved: Share your information in this form (especially if you can’t make the event) and we will contact you to start the conversation on how to get involved.
Message from USJETAA:
Please join USJETAA Board members, along with Paige Cottingham-Streater, Chair, USJETAA and Laurel Lukaszewski, Acting Executive Director, USJETAA to learn more about their plans and goals for USJETAA, and network with fellow JET alumni residing in NY.
Over the past three years, the U.S.-Japan Bridging Foundation has been working on an initiative to strengthen the capacity of the network of JET Alumni Association chapters and individuals across the U.S. In 2015, the United States Japan Exchange & Teaching Programme Alumni Association (USJETAA), a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization, was established to act as an umbrella organization to provide support and resources to this growing network of over 30,000 Americans.
We look forward to discussing ways in which we can work together to help broaden the outreach of this strong network of Americans with close personal and professional ties to Japan.
For more information about USJETAA, please visit their website at: www.usjetaa.org.
Thank you to the Japan Society and the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership for their generous support.