There’s a Japan-related video blogger named Jason who is living in rural Japan thanks to the JET program (which is a program that sends English speakers to Japan to teach English). I know a lot of you have expressed interest in the JET program either through e-mails to me or comments, but since I don’t really know anything about the JET program, I thought I’d share with you someone who does.
Jason has taken the time to take you through the JET program, video by video (that way you don’t have to read!), in a series he calls “Applying to the JET program.”
Personally, I’m not that interested in JET, but I’m guessing some of you are. If you’re not, Jason has some good videos on other aspects of every-day Japan life on his Vlog. So, without further adieu (totally misused/misspelled that word, didn’t I?) let’s take a look at his videos on applying for the JET program.
Getting the Application
Who Does JET Want?
Picking Your Location
More on the Application
The Letter of Intent
Send it In!
Important resources (gathered by Jason)
There you have it! Applying for the JET in juicy video form. If you’re interested in Japan life, and the life of someone who’s teaching English in Japan (or just interested in people’s lives in general), go give Jason a subscribe. He also has a blog going here.
Anyone here ever thought about doing JET? Has anyone here already done JET?