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The JET Program, Japan

So, you're thinking about signing up for the JET Program in Japan? Well, you've come to the right place - the JET Program Guide will answer just about all your questions about the JET Program and teaching English in Japanese schools. If you can't find what you're looking for you can ask questions and join in the discussions our Virtual JET workshop (forums).

The JET Program guide to teaching English in Japan offers a plethora of unbiased facts and information about the JET Program and JET Japan. There's a discussion forum, information for aspiring JET's (as well as current and ex-JET's), the most recent information handbook from CLAIR (the ministry in charge of the JET Program) There are also links, helpful FAQ, acronyms, hints re JET Alternatives, JET stories and tales and even links to JET Blogs, forums and wikis, plus books and movies.

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The JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program employs thousands of young native English speakers to assist in teaching English in Japan and cultural communications. The JET Program can be well paid and fun but often also frustrating due to unfamiliar circumstances. "Getting Both Feet Wet" comprises fourteen essays, seven by former JETs and seven by JTEs (Japanese teachers of English) that helps to explain the possible conflicts and suggests solutions. Read this before applying to become a JET, and then arrive prepared.
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