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The Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (外国語青年招致事業 Gaikokugo Seinen Shōchi Jigyō), or JET Programme (JETプログラム Jetto Puroguramu), is a Japanese government initiative that brings college (university) graduates—mostly native speakers of English—to Japan as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) and Sports Education Advisors (SEAs) in Japanese kindergartens, elementary, junior high and high schools, or as Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs) in local governments and boards of education. JET Programme participants are collectively called JETs.
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