Teach in Japan : JET Program


The JET Program is a competitive employment opportunity that allows young professionals to live and work in cities, towns, and villages throughout Japan. Being a JET is an opportunity to work and to represent the United States as cultural ambassadors to Japan. Most participants serve as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) and work in public and private schools throughout Japan; some work as Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs) as interpreters/translators.

Click the banner above to find out more about the JET Program. If you have questions, we're happy to assist you at 646-1290 or 646-5220. Don't forget to follow our official social media for the latest updates!

The following stories from former JET participats on Guam will give you an idea of what you can expect from the JET Program.

  1. Cait Denight Gayle : Utatsu Town of Miyagi Prefecture, 1991-1993
  2. Roisin Wade : Sakaide City of Kagawa Prefecture, 1993-1996
  3. Scott Clark : Shimotsuma City of Ibaraki Prefecture, 1994-1996
  4. Edward M. Wallace : Hidaka Town of Hokkaido Prefecture, 1996-1998
  5. James Hofman : Higashihiroshima City of Hiroshima Prefecture, 1997-1999
  6. Kristina Flores Wilson Manibusan : Tsushima City of Nagasaki Prefecture, 2000-2002
  7. Mayumi Sakoh : Tsushima City of Nagasaki Prefecture,  2001-2002
  8. Shirley Aydlett : Shizuoka City of Shizuoka Prefecture, 2003-2008
  9. India Sekiguchi : Maebashi City of Gunma Prefecture, 2003-2004
  10. Leslie Reynolds : Kashiwazaki City of Niigata Prefecture, 2005-2007
  11. Jennifer McFerran :Unnan City of Shimane Prefecture, 2005-2007
  12. Rose Nicdao : Kitakyushu City of Fukuoka Prefecture, 2006-2011
  13. John Quito : Kiryu City of Gunma Prefecture, 2010-2012

Here's where they taught!