Japan

Japan

Guide to teaching English in Japan:
1-The First Step
2-The Interview
3-Packing
4-A Day in The Life of ALT
5-A Day in The Life of Conversational School
6-Work Visa
7-Accommodation
8-Culture Shock
9-TESOL Certification
10- Schools and Programs*:

The following schools and ELT programs offer in-house recruitment. Learn more and apply online!

The JET program
“The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme, now in its 24th year, is aimed at promoting grass-roots international exchange between Japan and other nations. The number of countries sending participants has risen over the years, as has the number of participants. In 2010, the Programme has welcomed 4,334 participants from 36 countries.”

HOW TO APPLY

Interac
“Interac is Japan’s leading private provider of Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs). Our highly-motivated and qualified teachers serve thousands of schools and boards of education throughout every region of Japan, working with children from kindergarten through to high school, and corporate clients.”
HOW TO APPLY

AEON and AMITY
Aeon
The main focus of AEON schools is primarily adult education, although many of the AEON schools also conduct “AEON Kids” classes. If you are interested in teaching primarily adult students, or a combination of both adults and children, you should apply to be an AEON teacher.

Amity
Amity specializes in children’s English education and offers classes exclusively for preschool to high school aged youngsters. If you are interested in teaching mainly children’s classes, you should apply to be an Amity teacher.

Gaba
“Gaba is Japan’s leading provider of one-to-one English lessons. Our approach to teaching has always been one-to-one because we believe it is the most effective and rewarding way to both teach and learn the English language.”
HOW TO APPLY

*Schools are not member organizations of the TEFL Recruitment Network. The TRN provides free access to public information and application form.

Japan job board available to Ontesol’s students and graduates. Access your student account at Ontesol and download the files from the job board. If you graduated before March 2011, contact Ontesol via email. You must provide your full name and a valid student number to receive the most updated files.

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