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June 14, 2011

ETJ to affiliate with JALT, cooperate

ETJ (English Teachers in Japan) will become affiliated with JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching). ETJ will have a presentation and display at the JALT National conference, and JALT will have the same at the ETJ Expos. The two organizations intend to support each other's events, and improve communication and mutual understanding. Marc Helgesen will continue to liaise between JALT and ETJ.

ETJ has around 8,000 members but is free to join (sign up is by email) and does not require an annual renewal of membership; JALT has around 2,800 members but costs ¥10,000 each year to remain a member.

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JALT
ETJ
Interview with Andrew Zitzman, JALT Business Manager (2008)

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