Welcome to Japanese Exchange and Teaching Alumni Association (JETAA) Canberra.
We are a not for profit self-supporting alumni association which was created in 1989 to strengthen and maintain the bonds of friendship developed between JET Programme participants. The purpose of JETAA is to promote through its activities a broader and deeper understanding between Japan and the countries participating on the JET Programme.
2020 JETAA Canberra AGM Notice
Saturday 26 September 2:00pm
Nominations For All Positions Now Open! For event details and to learn how to nominate for a position see the event page.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING EVENTS
Due to the dynamic and rapidly changing situation surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic, JETAA Canberra has made changes to our in-person event schedule. Please see the event page for more details.
We hope to resume our normal event schedule at a later time when the situation at hand is calmer and it is safe to do so.
JETAA Canberra maintains working relationships with many local Japanese cultural, government and social groups, such as:
We provide particular support to the following:
If you’re thinking of applying, you have come to the right place. We can provide you with all the information you need about the Programme, its purpose and function, as well as basic application advice. For more information about the programme, click here
Congratulations on your selection for the program, we aim to prepare you with everything you need to know before departure to Japan
Returning and Former JETs
Whether you have recently returned from the JET Programme, or you took part in it many years ago, we are here to help you maintain your connection to Japan. Whether it is through Japanese events, language exchange or just someone to share your amazing stories with.
People with an interest or connection to Japan.
Never been on the JET Programme? Not a problem, anyone with an interest or connection with Japan is welcome to join.
JETAA Canberra is also a financial sponsor of the following:
- Tohoku Tsunami Youth Victims Program