28 Filipinos accepted to the 2016 JET Programme
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28 Filipinos accepted to the 2016 JET Programme

28 Filipinos are scheduled to depart on July 31, 2016 to take part in the 2016 Japan Exchange  and Teaching (JET) Programme as Assistant Language Teachers (ALT).

28 Filipinos are scheduled to depart on July 31, 2016 to take part in the 2016 Japan Exchange  and Teaching (JET) Programme as Assistant Language Teachers (ALT).

The participants and their areas of assignments are as follows:

Name

Prefecture

1

Ms. Angel Faith Albaracin

Hokkaido

2

Ms. Joelyne Rose Alojado

Hokkaido

3

Mr. Michael Crisostomo

Hokkaido

4

Ms. Crisanta Castro

Aomori

5

Ms. Angelyn Cruz

Iwate

6

Ms. Michelle Cruz

Ibaraki

7

Ms. Kris Hana Risonar

Saitama

8

Ms. Ma. Kyle Buensuceso

Tokyo

9

Ms. Joey Del Mundo

Tokyo

10

Ms. Maria Christina Patino

Tokyo

11

Ms. Maricris Lauro

Toyama

12

Mr. Miguel Carlo Marasigan

Fukui

13

Ms. Mary Francesca Camposano

Nagano

14

Ms. Maricel De Vera

Gifu

15

Ms. Donna Frances Angel Imperial

Shizuoka

16

Ms. Fria Divinagracia

Ehime

17

Ms. Kate Bernadith Acuna

Mie

18

Mr. Ivy Santiago Liwa

Mie

19

Ms. Regina Angelique Villanueva

Kyoto

20

Ms. Ayra Mae De Ocampo

Osaka

21

Ms. Jasmin Ibanez

Hyogo

22

Ms. Catherine Mongcopa

Hyogo

23

Mr. Dave Nunag

Nara

24

Ms. Ruth Gadia

Tottori

25

Ms. Joy Kathleen Tero

Hiroshima

26

Ms. Ericka Lynn Emas

Fukuoka

27

Mr. Emmanuel Feliciano

Nagasaki

28

Ms. Karyll Anne Dotimas

Miyazaki

Prior to their departure, the participants attended a pre-departure orientation seminar organized by the Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC) of the Embassy of Japan with the cooperation of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) on Thursday, July 21, 2016, wherein they were given relevant resource materials and information on Japanese society and culture and their role as an ALT. In addition, His Excellency Ambassador Kazuhide Ishikawa hosted a send-off reception for the Filipino participants on the same day. Hon. Patricia B. Licuanan, Chairperson, Commission on Higher Education (CHED) was also present and delivered a message. CHED is the partner organization of the Embassy of Description: Description: class observationJapan in the recruitment and selection process for the JET Programme.

On the next day, Friday, July 22, 2016, the participants met and exchanged views with Filipinos, who teach English at the Manila Japanese School in Taguig City. The teachers shared their experiences and gave some insights on what to expect in Japan.

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All participants to the programme are expected to stay in Japan for an initial contract period of one year.

The JET Programme was introduced by the Japanese Government in 1987 to promote internationalization among local Japanese communities through cultural exchange activities and foreign language education. Over 60,000 participants from 63 countries around the world have already participated in the programme since its launch.

For more information about the JET programme, please visit its official website at http://www.jetprogramme.org/.

 

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