Teaching English in Japan
-AEON employs a teaching staff of over 800 teachers and education specialists from English-speaking nations. The main focus of AEON schools is primarily adult education.
Amity specializes in children's English education and offers classes exclusively for preschool to high school aged youngsters.
-Teach English and assist in international exchange activities in Japan
-Sponsored by Earlham College, the M-ALT Program offers participants an opportunity to serve in a Japanese community as an Assistant Language Teacher, promoting international understanding and supporting English language instruction in Japanese schools. Well-qualified college graduates are nominated for two-year assignments to work in Morioka schools.
-Each year the JET Program, with the aid of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, recruits thousands of new participants to come to Japan and experience a new and unique way of life. Participants are assigned to be either Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) who provide language instruction in elementary, junior and senior high schools; Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs) who work in communities on international exchange activities; or Sports Exchange Advisors (SEAs) who promote international exchange through sports. Participants are placed with local government organisations throughout Japan in every imaginable locality, including large cities, small and medium-sized towns, and rural farming and fishing villages.
-Free electronic newsletter which reports currently available English teaching (and other English language-related) positions at conversation schools, universities, juku, colleges, public schools and companies all across Japan.
English Teaching Job Site
*Page updated May 2012
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