Yō oideta namoshi! Welcome to Ehime!
Everyone here at Ehime AJET hopes to provide you with helpful and useful information to aid in your transition in our beautiful-citrus filled corner of Japan.
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If you have any questions or suggestions feel free to contact us here at Ehime AJET anytime.
– Your AJET team!
The Ehime AJET Scholarship Committee opened applications for the 2017 Scholarship on 28th November 2016. Any high school student in to prefecture is eligible to apply, and we rely on the help and cooperation of high school ALTs and JTEs to make the project successful. The deadline is 10th February 2017 (Friday).
Please contact the committee if you have any questions: email@example.com
Ehime AJET Scholarship 2017
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Hello JETs new and old.
The current guidebook on the front page has been outdated for a while, so now we present to you the new guidebook. We hope it is a useful resource to you, worked on each year by the PAs and RAs all around Ehime.
Ehime Guidebook 2016
If you find anything that needs adding to the book, or have further questions, please email the PAs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to everyone who came all the way to Niihama’s token beach at the Marine Park on Saturday! The annual AJET beach party was a lot of fun, with antics involving (but not limited to) some intense flip cup games, a not-so-intense game of beer pong, frisbee, s`mores, a mass after-dark swim, fireworks, and a drone (yes, really). After concerns that the approaching typhoon would cause the event to be cancelled, I’m glad that we were all able to make it to the beach for what will probably be the last barbecue of the year. A HUGE otsukare to everyone who also made it to school sports days on the Sunday! Thanks guys, hope you had a good time! Keep tuned for the next event in AJET event in Toyo, and join us to conquer Mt Ishizuchi next month.
This year, Ehime AJET formed the Ehime AJET Scholarship Committee to create a scholarship for 200,000 yen to provide one high school student in the prefecture an opportunity to study abroad this summer. The committee will evaluate applications based on academic merit, interest in cross-cultural exchange, and financial need.
The application process has two components: a written application and an interview. The written application requires the applicant’s background information, preferred study abroad program, school activity involvement, and a letter of recommendation. The interview provides an opportunity for the applicant to demonstrate his or her English speaking ability, to express motivations for studying abroad, and to share his or her hopes for the future. Any high school student in Ehime is eligible to apply.
The submission deadline for the 2015 Ehime AJET Scholarship is Friday, February 20th. The recipient will be chosen by the Ehime AJET Scholarship Committee.
Being an assistant language teacher of English in Japan affords an opportunity to positively influence students’ academic experience, development, and achievement. The Ehime AJET Scholarship Committee encourages students to speak and learn English in a foreign country; to interact with students of different ethnicities, races, and cultures; and to understand the concept of being a global citizen.
Ehime AJET Scholarship Fund – Spring Application 2015 (愛媛AJET海外奨学基金申込用紙) [.docx]
Letter to High School ALTs – AJET scholarship application timeline [.docx]
If you have any questions about the scholarship, please contact us at email@example.com
Ehime AJET Scholarship Committee
As the temperature falls, both mikan season and Mikan season are upon us!
This year we teamed up with one of Matsuyama’s most popular foreigner bars, 14-1, for a seriously spooky Halloween Party.
But before the Halloween party, AJET planned a special fundraising dinner so that we could eat and be merry. AJET raised 6000 yen for the Ehime AJET scholarship fund, which will go towards our special ongoing fundraiser to help send a Japanese school student to a school of their choice in any English-speaking country that they want!
Here is us looking like our usual crazy selves in the restaurant!
We then moved on to 14-1, which was full of dancing people, Japanese and foreigners alike, in some pretty epic Halloween costumes.
Here are some of the best ones!
Kaonashi (No-Face) chilling with a beer, as you do.
Looks like someone got a fright (or a kancho)!
Sean (left), the guy who helped us collaborate with 14-1, as a dead DJ.
Dracula doing his thing.
Elsa, one of the winners of the costume contest!
Definitely one of the coolest costumes!
A massive thanks to 14-1 and Sean for making it such a great night!
Getting ready for the hike!
We had a wonderful turnout yesterday. On behalf of Ehime AJET, I would like to thank everyone who came out to the hike yesterday! Most importantly, I would like to thank Sontian for leading the group and reassuring everyone’s safety until the very end. I hope everyone enjoyed the hike just as much as I did and can finally say that they’ve completed something on their Japan bucket list!
For those of you who were unable to attend the event, do not fear! We will challenge Mount Ishizuchi again next year