COVID-19 UPDATE: JETAARM has decided to suspend all upcoming and future events until further notice.
We will be focusing on online engagement, so be sure to check our Facebook group for virtual activities.
(You do not need a Facebook account to view activities or posts!)
Please stay safe!
The JETAARM Book Club will meet virtually to discuss Kannani and Document of Flames by Yuasa Katsuei a Japanese novelist raised in colonial Korea on Sunday, December 6, 2020 at 2pm MDT. The book is available on Amazon new or used (available HERE), or check your library or library’s inter-library loan options.
Notify us of your attendance via the Event on the JETAARM Facebook Group Page. >>Sign up for this Book Club Meeting HERE<<
Do you enjoy Radio Taiso? Need some motivation to keep moving during quarantine? JETAA USA is hosting a quick stretch and social check-in every Friday until the end of the year! If you're interested, make sure to register in the link below :D >>Register for Radio Taiso Fridays HERE<<
Join the JETAA Study Group on Saturday mornings to brush up or expand your Japanese skills. Our Language Coordinator has lots of resources to share and recommend if you are having trouble finding the right study method, and she's also available to practice speaking with :) >>RSVP on our Facebook Group<<
Hey Rocky Mountain JETs! We've brought back career counseling with fellow JET Alum Emily Frank. We invite JETs living in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming to apply. The pandemic has brought a new layer of complexity to advancing our careers, so take advantage of this opportunity to receive professional support. >>Sign up for your spot HERE<<
JET Program 2021 Applications are open until November 20, 2020! If you know somebody who's interested or might be great for JET, let them know about our Informational Webinars, where we talk more about this year's application process. They can register for our webinars on the JETAA Rocky Mountain Facebook events, linked below. >>Register for Informational Webinars HERE<<
Teri Galvez is one of our in-house anime nerds. Here are a couple recommendations from her!
The Promised Neverland: The children of Grace Field House live their lives peacefully with Mom, but everything changes when they learn what's beyond the gate. If you enjoy something a little spooky and dark fantasy, with clever characters and plots, this is a great anime to watch. Available on Netflix
BNA: A high school girl makes the journey to find her new self in Anima City after she's suddenly transformed into a Tanuki person. However, partnered up with a stoic and somewhat single-minded detective, she finds her transformation is a lot more than it seems. From the makers of Gurren Lagann and Kill La Kill, this wacky fun adventure is great for those who love action and hyperanimated shows. Available on Netflix.
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