For information about the JET Programme, its purpose and function, or for the application forms and criteria, you can find it on our JET Programme page.
For our newly minted JETs, we have compiled resources for your future adventures in our “JETting Off” guide.
The official JET Programme site has tons of resources, including career conferences and internships and handbooks.
We also recommend Englipedia, which is maintained by English teachers in Japan, both JET and non-JET, and is categorised by school level, textbooks, textbook chapters and grammar points.
Returning and Former JETs
If you have recently returned from the JET Programme, then our JETing Back From Japan guide is available to help you settle back into your life in Sydney. And of course, we’d love to hear from you.
Australian and NZ JETAA Chapters
Looking to connect with your local state chapter?
Or maybe you’re looking abroad? The international JETAA site has all the info you need.
Japanese Cultural Organisations in NSW
JETAA maintains working relationships with many local Japanese cultural and government groups. Many organise their own events and competitions, so have a look on their site or “like” their Facebook page (where exists) for updates.
Job Hunting Resources
If you are looking for a career with a Japanese-related aspected, we recommend having a look here on Seek.com, which are listed by Staff Solutions, one of a number of recruitment companies in Australia that specialise in Japanese-related employment.
Have you thought about the Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry in Sydney? A list of companies associated with the Sydney branch can be found here.
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