After the presentation, Mr. Brandon Wallace, the president of JETAA, introduced the activities and programs organized by the alumni association and proceeded to animate a team building activity, which allowed this year’s participants to get to know each other. The information session was concluded by a lengthy Q&A session with former JET participants, where prospective JETs got a chance to learn more about the journey that awaits them. Similar presentation sessions are also held in Calgary, Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. The JET program was introduced in Canada in 1988 and more than 9,200 Canadians participated in the JET program since then.
|JET Participants watch a presentation on events prior to their departure to Japan
|JETAA President, Mr. Brandon Wallace, introduced the alumni association to new JET participants
|New JET Participants get to know each other through a team-building activity organized by JETAA