Most of the people viewing this blog now are probably doing so via the University of California Study Abroad Program website.
Please do check through the various posts on my blog to get an idea of what my year abroad was like. It really was the most exciting and life changing year of my life and the decision to study abroad was definitely the best decision my my life.
Upon returning to UCSB, I was hired to work as a peer advisor for the UCSB office of UCEAP to help promote students to study abroad.
A few posts back, I posted about my visit to Fukushima Aiikuen for a photojournalism project. You can find my finished article at the following link.
Coping in the Shadow of a Nuclear Disaster
I am also happy to report that my experiences in Japan have actually led me to a job in Japan!
I am now working as an English teacher in Yamagata Prefecture through the JET Program.
|The new JET orientation in Tokyo. Here I sat with fellow JETs hired from all over the world.|
The bad news is that I will not be posting on this blog anymore.
The good news is that I started a new blog for my experiences working towards living in Japan from here on out.
Here it is.
(I switched because Medium is way more user friendly than Blogger)