Wondering what CLAIR stands for? Looking for an application to the JET Program? Have a question concerning Shiga JET's? Find your answers here. This page contains links to all matters relating to the JET Program and Shiga JET.
CLAIR CLAIR's official web page, containing information from all of CLAIR's departments, including the JET Program Management Department.
Ministry of Education Official English and Japanese web pages of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Science, Sports, and Culture. Also includes information on English education in Japan.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Official web pages for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Also includes information on applying to the JET Program.
Ministry of Home Affairs Official web pages for the Ministry of Home Affairs. Available in both English and Japanese.
CIR Page The National CIR List. Produced by current CIR's, a good place for information on what's going on in the JET Program.Please note that the National CIR Homepage has been disolved.
|The JET Program This is the section from CLAIR's site that deals with the JET Program. Includes explanation of the program and application process.
JETAA This is the "un-official" JET page produced by JET alumni. Don't let the "un-official" part fool you, perhaps the definative source for finding out what you want about the JET Program. The active discussion group provides a forum to talk directly with alumni and current JET's all over Japan. Links include information to help you prepare for Japan, living in Japan, and finding work when you leave Japan.
COMSIG This site is produced by AJET's Computer Special Interest Group. A great resource, find answers to nearly all your computing questions here.
AJET This site is the home page for National AJET. Find information about AJET, Special Interest Groups, and links to many other JET related sources
Shiga AJET Information about AJET, Shiga's Chapter, and a listing of current events.
Shiga JET e-mail list Looking to contact a current JET? This is the place to do it. Comprehensive listing of current JETs and e-mail addresses.
Three Wise Monkeys NEW Next class in five minutes, and feeling hard pressed to find an activity for the past-perfect tense? This is an excellent resource for classroom activities for all levels. Produced by Tochigi ALTs, with activities organized by level, aims, grammar, time, and materials. Worth a look.