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TWU to Host JET Program Recruiting Event

Tennessee Wesleyan University will host a lunch and listen event promoting the Japanese Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program, September 24 at 12 p.m. in Sullins Board Room.

JET is a highly competitive program operated by the Japanese State Department, which allows college graduates of any age the opportunity to teach and work in Japan. This past year the state of Tennessee contributed 30 people to the program, including Ashley Freyler, a recent Tennessee Wesleyan graduate.

The September 24 informative event will feature Victoria White, Advanced Specialist for Compensation & Benefits and Corporate Communications at DENSO Manufacturing. White is an alum of the JET Program and will discuss the details and application process for the JET Program.

Any college graduates who have interest in teaching or working in international relations in Japan are encouraged to join for lunch and information on this prestigious and unique program.

Information in this article was obtained from an article in the Tennessean which can be viewed here.