|June, 2018||My experience on the Japanese Government Scholarship|
MEXT Scholarship Recipient.
|April, 2018||Robots, School Girls, Fancy Toilets: Everything You Expect From Japan And So Much More|
2018 Kakehashi Project Participant.
|July, 2017||Feeling the Heat at the Tado Festival|
Assistant Language Teacher in Mie Prefecture.
|June, 2017||One Bridge at a Time: An Undergraduate Perspective of the Kakehashi Program|
Student, UC Berkeley.
2017 Kakehashi Project Participant.
|May, 2017||Let’s Daimyo Gyoretsu! A Parade Perspective in San Francisco|
Assistant Language Teacher in Okayama Prefecture, 2011-2013.
|April, 2017||My Trip to San Francisco|
2017 Matsusaka City Study Tour Participant.
|March, 2017||Bridging the Gap in Okinawa Through the Kakehashi Project|
Student, Pleasant Valley High School.
2016 Kakehashi Project (Okinawa Program) Participant.
|February, 2017||Let’s Kakehashi! ‘Bridging' Strategies for Transnational Exchange between Japan and the United States|
|Damon Do, Jaclyn Sakura Knitter and John Ostermiller
Master’s Students in Asia Pacific Studies, University of San Francisco.
2017 Kakehashi Project Participants.
|December, 2016||My Time on the California-Japan Scholar Exchange Program|
Student, Elk Grove High School.
2016 California-Japan Scholar Exchange Program Participant.
|November, 2016||My Time in Hiroshima on the Kakehashi Project|
Former Student, Monta Vista High School.
2016 Kakehashi Project Participant.
|October, 2016||My Experience on the Kakehashi Project|
Student, Monta Vista High School.
2015 Kakehashi Project Participant.
|August, 2016||Keeping the Olympic Spirit Alive in Nagano|
Coordinator for International Relations in Nagano from 2011 to 2015.
Currently attending Middlebury Institute for International Studies at Monterey.
|August, 2016||JET Program CIR Experience|
Coordinator for International Relations in Chiba from 2013 to 2014.
Japanese Language Teacher at Lincoln High School.
|July, 2016||My Experiences on the Satogaeri Project and Future Plans as a JET Alumnus|
Assistant Language Teacher in Myazaki from 2009 to 2012.
Participant of the 2016 JET Program Alum Satogaeri Project.
|July, 2016||How can COs leverage the power of the JET alumni network?: The JET Program Satogaeri Project|
Assistant Language Teacher in Kumamoto prefecture from 2002 to 2006.
Participant of the 2016 JET Program Alum Satogaeri Project.
|April, 2012||A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity|
FY2011 Invitation Program for Japanese American students Participant
|September, 2011||My Blog: The Japan Record|
Worked as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) and taught English at elementary schools in Iwaki city, Fukushima prefecture from 2007-2010
|September, 2011||My Blog: Back to Iwate|
Worked as Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) and taught English at high schools in Otsuchi city, Iwate prefecture from 1992-1994
|March, 2011||Article by Genevieve Shiroma, the former participant of the invitation program|
FY2011 Japanese American Leadership Delegation Program Participant
|April, 2010||Article by Erin Katsura, the former participant of the invitation program|
Coflax High School, Weimar, CA
FY2009 Invitation Program for Japanese American students Participant
|October, 2009||Article by Mr. Edward Shikada, Deputy City Manager of the City of San Jose|
Deputy City Manager of the City of San Jose
FY2009 Japanese American Leadership Delegation Program Participant
|October, 2008||Article by John Takeo Noguchi, Director of Convention Facilities Department City & County of San Francisco|
|John Takeo Noguchi
Director of Convention Facilities Department City & County of San Francisco
FY2008 Japanese American Leadership Delegation Program Participant
|August, 2007||My Experiences in Japan|
She participated in the Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Program in October 2006.She is currently teaching Family and Consumer Science at the high school level in Salinas, California
|April, 2007||Prime Minister Abe Meets With Local JET Alumnus|
|Cerell Terese Rivera
She is a participant in the Asia Pacific Leadership Program at the East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. She has a long-standing interest in the Asia-Pacific region as demonstrated by her time at the Asia Society and commitment to the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (JET). Ms. Rivera is a former JET participant, and served for two years as President of the Japan Exchange and Teaching Alumni Association of Northern California and Nevada. Following her experience as a JET in Hokkaido, she remained in Japan and established METS English School's first culture and language classes for children with special needs.
|March, 2007||Article by Miyoko Katsura Sawamura, Chief of the Office of Regulations and Hearings, California Department of Public Health|
|Miyoko Katsura Sawamura
Chief of the Office of Regulations and Hearings, California Department of Public Health
|Article by Larry Oda, President of National JACL|
President of National JACL(Japanese American Citizens League)
FY2006 Japanese American Leadership Delegation Program Participant
|October, 2006||My daily blog of my trip to Japan|
She participated in the Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Program in October 2006. She is currently working as a Library Media Specialist at George Washington High School in San Francisco.
|August, 2006||JAPAN TRIP - BY ANTHONY TUCKER|
He participated in the 2nd Annual Japanese Speech Contest in Las Vegas. He won 1st Prize for the University level. He is currently a student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
|Mar, 2006||PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS OF FLOYD SHIMOMURA|
Mr. Floyd Shimomura, Executive Director of California State Personnel Board
|Nov, 2005||My Experience in Japan|
|Gael M. McGibbon
She participated in the Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Program in November 2005. She is currently teaching at Albert M. Lowry High School at Winnemucca in the State of Nevada.
|Oct, 2005||My International Summer Experiences at JASC, Summer 2005|
He is currently studying computer science and Japanese at the University of California, Berkeley. In 2003, he went abroad for one year to Tohoku University in Japan, where he studied Japanese and engineering. In May 2005, Lane was selected as the recipient of the Japan Studies Scholarship, and in July of the same year, he attended the Japan America Student Conference.
Mr. Rettig was awarded with Univeristy of California, Berkeley's 2006 University Medal, the highest honor for a graduating senior at UC Berkeley.
Memoirs of Japan
June 12, 2018