What should the ALT Mascot be, go ahead and cast your vote in this month’s Poll Me: ALT Mascot by Auriza Ugalino.
Are you an ALT interested in lessons that go beyond English and engage your students in something a bit deeper? Are you, your JTE colleagues, school administrators, and students interested in actually participating in an international exchange? Today I would like to introduce you to an amazing opportunity for your students.
Photo by Akilah Bel Castle in the Rain 2016/06 Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture Fukuyama Castle is a fixture of the city, which is constantly featured in art, photographs and promotional videos. As one of the few castles located near a central train station, it is often viewed from the front, as it is the sideRead More
As many of our JETs prepare for their final weeks on the JET programme, the question of what to do next often pops up. To provide inspiration on what to do next, we are pleased to once again bring you the “Where are they now?” series. To get us started, we have an interview with JET alum- Marissa Trierweiler about her exciting and intriguing activities, post-JET.
On Friday, June 27th, Hiroshima’s JET Program ALTs will host their Third Annual Hiroshima AJET Fundraiser, in Hiroshima city at Southern Cross from 7:00- 9:00 pm. This year all proceeds and donations will be given directly to the Sanbien Children’s Home (子供の家三美園). In addition, a portion of the proceeds will be allocated to Sarah Hiscock, which will be used to fund ALT visits to Sanbien Children’s Home.