Hi all, by now they should have announced (or will soon) who made it to the interview stage. Congratulations to those of you that made it to the next stage, and for those of you that did not, don`t give up! Try again next year! Now there are a few things to do before your interview, and the requirements could change, but what I remember is needing to have a passport photo attached to a sheet with my general information on it that you hand in upon arrival. If you already have passport photos, but don`t like what they look like, retake them,and not the morning of the interview … like I did… that is one headache you don`t need! Read the rest of this entry
There are two main times where you`re between steps and have nothing more to do until you hear back, I like to call this the “Dreadful Wait” stage. This is the first and potentially hardest. Read the rest of this entry
After you have decided to apply for the JET Program, you have to actually do it…That may sound obvious, but so many people simply do not apply for the JET Program even though they would like to.
Life can throw a million mini unrelated hurdles at you that can make you stumble, get distracted and even forget to apply altogether. As such, it can also be a bit daunting and takes some time to complete, so please give it the attention it needs and start as soon as possible.
That brings us to the Online Application (to then be printed and mailed upon completion. Must arrive by the deadline, not mailed by the deadline.) Read the rest of this entry
If you have considered, or are considering, applying to the JET program then you have most likely considered the fact that it is a looooong application process (about 8-9 months). Followed of course by: Is it worth the wait? What will I be doing in almost a year from this point? Will I still be interested? Will I be qualified enough for the position? and everything else that pops up in your mind as you consider applying. Read the rest of this entry