Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Program
Sponsors & Partners
Fulbright Japan
Program at a Glance
Alumni: 6541
Applicants: 26478

About the program

The Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund (JFMF) Teacher Program was established to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Fulbright Program — a U.S. government-initiated project created in 1946 to foster mutual understanding through exchanges of university students, faculty and researchers.

Learn more about the program history

Successor program

Japan-US Teacher Exchange Program for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

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Participant Stories
  • JFMF Laura Abeln

    "Never before have I felt so welcomed among strangers, to the point where I felt like I’d lived in Japan my entire life."

  • JFMF Janet Tift

    "My experience in Japan was beyond what I ever dreamed..."

  • JFMF Jeffrey Perl

    "I was able to experience Japan in a way most people who do not speak Japanese ever could."


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