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February 12, 2010
Dear Japanese Educators,
2010 will be the 23rd anniversary of the Virginia Governor's Japanese Academy. It will be an important year since VDOE has asked me to move more towards an immersion experence. There are 3 teacher and 3 RA positions.
Please consider applying for one of these positions.
Details can be found at
To summarize, staff will work from June 24 or 25 until July 18. Staff will live and work on campus for the entire 3 weeks. In addition to a nice salary, all room, board, meals, and expenses are covered for the three weeks.
Teachers should be experienced Japanese Language Educators, who are energetic, flexible, and can work under pressure, and who want to experience something AMAZING!
R.A.'s should be college students, preferably sophomores or higher, who have intermediate high or better Japanese skills; who are also energetic, flexible, and can work under pressure, and who want to experience something AMAZING!
Thomas Sones, Japanese Academy Director
February 10, 2010
Opportunity for Online Japanese Instruction in NJ
Innovations in Online Education, a NJ state registered and certified vendor for NJ school districts, is seeking an online instructor. They provide online instruction for students that are home bound. They currently have a request from a client to provide 2 hours per week after school hours of Japanese language instruction. Please contact
for further information.
August 6, 2009
Bergen County Community College is seeking an instructor for their elementary Japanese class. The information is as follows:
LAN-120-602 Japanese I Saturdays 9:00am-1:55pm
Looking for your availability to teach on Saturdays. Fall 2009 session will begin on Thursday September 3, 2009 and end on Monday, December 21, 2009.
Anyone interested in further information should contact Karen Bessin.
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