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Tag Archives: volunteer
For many international and immigrant ESL students, the American tradition of volunteering is an elusive concept. Many immigrant students work long hours at survival jobs and feel they have no time to volunteer. Others who may have an interest in … Continue reading
A great way to connect with others at TESOL is through your interest section. TESOL has 21 interest sections (ISs), which are groups within TESOL that connect members based on professional areas of interest. The ISs referee proposals and other … Continue reading
Coming to the TESOL conference? Whether it’s your first time or your fortieth, there are always new things to learn. Here are some tips on having the best experience you can.
TESOL Celebrates 50 Years of the Peace Corps: A Collections of Stories from RCPVs Who Are Also TESOL Members
There are two very consistent entities in my professional career: TESOL and Peace Corps. Interestingly enough, I am one of the lucky ones: When I graduated university, I knew I was going to be an ESL teacher. When I agreed … Continue reading
Note: If you are interested in learning about volunteer opportunities, BJ Whetstine from the US Peace Corps Office will be available to talk to you at their booth # 225. He’s also giving a presentation on Thursday at 3:30 in room 213 on ESL Teaching in the Peace Corps. Continue reading