AATJ Affiliates Overview

Becoming an AATJ Affiliate

State and regional Japanese language educator organizations can become official affiliates of AATJ by applying for affiliation using this application form.

Affiliates (which must be incorporated and have an organizational bank account) collaborate with AATJ on projects and receive a portion of the dues from AATJ members who choose to join or who live in the regions or states covered by the affiliates. In order to receive a portion of dues income for 2015, affiliates should send their documentation to AATJ by August 31, 2015.

Current Affiliates

A list of officially affiliated regional organizations and their websites is below.

AzATJ (Arizona Association of Teachers of Japanese)

AFTJ (Association of Florida Teachers of Japanese)

AKATJ (Alaska Association of Teachers of Japanese)

ATJO (Association of Teachers of Japanese in Oregon)

CAJLT (California Association of Japanese Language Teachers)

CJLEA (Colorado Japanese Language Education Association)

HATJ (Hawaii Association of Teachers of Japanese)

IATJ (Illinois Association of Teachers of Japanese)

JLCTIA (Japanese Language and Culture Teachers of Iowa)

AITJ (Association of Indiana Teachers of Japanese)

JTAM (Japanese Teachers Association of Michigan)

JTAT (Japanese Teachers Association of Texas)

KAJLT (Kentucky Association of Japanese Language Teachers)

MAATJ (Mid-Atlantic Association of Teachers of Japanese)

MCTJ (Minnesota Council of Teachers of Japanese)

NCATJ (North Carolina Association of Teachers of Japanese)

NCJTA (Northern California Japanese Teachers Association)

NECTJ (Northeast Council of Teachers of Japanese)

NJATJ (New Jersey Association of Teachers of Japanese)

OATJ (Ohio Association of Teachers of Japanese)

SCATJ (South Central Association of Teachers of Japanese)

SEATJ (South Eastern Association of Teachers of Japanese)

SNJTA (Southern Nevada Japanese Teachers Association)

UATJ (Utah Association of Teachers of Japanese)

WATJ (Washington Association of Teachers of Japanese)

WiATJ (Wisconsin Association of Teachers of Japanese)

Other Local Organizations

The following list includes regional and state organizations which may become official affiliates in the future.

GATJ (Georgia Association of Teachers of Japanese)

Guam Nihongo Teachers Association

MATJ (Missouri Association of Teachers of Japanese)