AJET allows you to voice the changes you want. We compile reports based on these surveys and present them to the Japanese ministries who run the JET Programme.
The focus of the spring 2012 survey is “The Acquisition of Japanese Culture and Language by JET Programme Participants”. AJET is requesting input from both JETs and JET alums. for the JET alum survey, see below:
Through this survey and subsequent report, AJET will examine the development of Japanese cultural and linguistic understanding by JET participants during their time on the Programme and how this knowledge impacted their experiences following their time on JET. For just a few minutes of your time, you can help give meaningful feedback about your experiences on the JET Programme that will be relayed to CLAIR and the three ministries that oversee JET at the Opinion Exchange in May. As an exchange programme, JET is reciprocal. Tell us if/how your Japanese has improved or how you have become involved in your community. What have you learned on JET?