Right now Green Corps, the Field School for Environmental Organizing, is looking to hire our next class of environmental leaders! Our application deadline is fast approaching (October 18th), so they’re working to get the word out to as many students as possible before they come to campus October 17th-18th!
Midd alum, Morag McKenzie ’16, will be holding an info session about Green Corps, interviewing potential candidates, and working to reach as many students as possible.
INFORMATION SESSION: Green Corps: Environmental Advocacy Opportunities
RSVP for Event HERE. Thursday, October 17th 2019, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm, in the Davis Library , 201/Watson Lecture Hall.
Contact Morag McKenzie for more information: morag[at]greencorps.org
JET has sent more than 70,000 participants from around the globe (including more than 35,800 Americans) to work in schools, boards of education, and government offices throughout Japan. What makes JET unique is that it is the only teaching exchange program managed by the government of Japan. With more than 55 countries around the world currently participating in JET, this program offers a unique cultural exchange opportunity to meet people from all around the world, living and working in Japan. Before departing for Japan and upon return, there are a number of JET alumni organizations that host social, volunteer and professional development activities to help individuals through the transition process. Check out a fun video about JET HERE.
Click on the two paid opportunities below on Handshake to learn more about working in Japan with JET – DEADLINES NOVEMBER 30 @ 3:10PM:
ALTs are engaged in language instruction and make up over 90% of all JET Program participants. They are mainly assigned to local boards of education or elementary, junior high or senior high schools and carry out their duties under the guidance of language teachers’ consultants or Japanese teachers of English (JTEs) as specified by the supervisor and/or principal of the board of education and/or school. ALTs should enjoy working with students and sharing their own culture. There is no Japanese language requirement for ALTs.
CIRs are engaged in internationalization activities and translation/interpretation and are placed in administrative offices of local authorities or related organizations. This position requires a high-degree of fluency and positions are less than 10% of all JET Program participants. Their duties are carried out as specified by the supervisor at individual contracting organizations.