National J-Link Directory

Below are JET alumni representing different fields, companies and groups ready to connect with you! This directory will be available until September 1st, 2021. Members are listed in alphabetical order by last name.

If you would like to be listed, please check our information page.

Here are some of the industries represented by our J-Link members:
International Exchange/International Education, Language Services (Translation / Interpretation), Higher Education Administration, Entrepreneur, U.S. – Japan Nonprofit, Government/Foreign Service, Business / Corporation, Media, Cultural Groups and more!

Note: Those National J-Link Members with an ( * ) after their JETAA chapter, attended the Industry Networking Happy Hour on 9/26.

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Photo of Kasumi Yamashita (She/Her)
ALT, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka, 1991-1992 CIR, Yukuhashi City, Fukuoka, 1992-1994 Stanford

Business Info

I’m a Curriculum Designer and Instructor at Stanford’s Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE). I also serve on the Board of the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Washington (JCCCW) and am a researcher of the Japanese diaspora to the Americas.

 

Categories: Academia, Community Service, International Education, International Exchange, Language Services, PNWJETAA, Think Tank, Volunteer
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CIR, Tokushima, Tokushima, 2019-2020 JETAANY

Business Info

My name is Emily Yocom, and I am a recent returnee of the JET Program (2019-2020). I was a CIR in the Tokushima Prefectural Government in Tokushima Prefecture, where I worked with the International Sports Exchange Division to translate and interpret for foreign sports teams in preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. I returned from JET last month and have been seeking employment in the US-Japan nonprofit and international education sectors, preferably allowing me to return to Japan in the near future. I am interested in networking with former JETs who have made a career in these sectors.

Categories: Community Service, International Education, International Exchange, JETAANY, Language Services, U.S. – Japan Non Profit, Volunteer
Updated 8 months ago. Return to top.

[T-YEAR] indicates the J-Link Member was hired, decided to continue to pursue an advanced degree or started their own business as a result of attending a Transitions event in the year indicated!