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Arizona Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc.

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AZ-TESOL is the Arizona state affiliate
of TESOL, the international professional organization for educators in the field of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. Since our organization
began in 1954 as the Arizona Bilingual Council, it has provided over five decades
of service. Our members work with
learners of English in Arizona's public schools, colleges, universities, and adult
education programs.

AZ-TESOL is divided into four regions centered in Flagstaff and the Navajo Nation (Northern), Phoenix (Central), Yuma (Southwest), and Tucson (Southeast). Representatives of each region serve on our Board of Directors, plan local miniconferences, and provide help with membership and other needs. For more information, select from the menu at the bottom of this page.

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Teaching Opportunities at the AECP

To access information on current job opportunities at
ASU's American English and Culture Program, click HERE.

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Teaching Opportunities at CESL

To access information on current job opportunities at the University of Arizona's Center for English as a Second Language (CESL), click HERE.

.jpg graphic: red square bullet For "outside sources" for Arizona ESL jobs, check the
Arizona section of the "Job Shop" at Language Magazine.
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For a constantly updated listing of ESL/EFL jobs abroad (and also some in the U.S.), be sure you check the International Job Board at "Dave's ESL Cafe."
.jpg graphic: red square bullet Get information on the short-term TESL Teacher Training program offered by CESL at the University of Arizona.

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Click HERE to go directly to the Teacher Opportunities page for
ASU's American English and Culture Program (AECP).

new! Central-Area Miniconference Canceled

Regrettably, the 2014 Central-Area Miniconference
originally scheduled for February 8th, 2014 at
Phoenix College has been canceled.

new! Vacant Positions on the AZ-TESOL Board

The Central- and Northern-Area Representative
positions on the AZ-TESOL Board of Directors
are currently vacant. If you are an AZ-TESOL
member and interested in serving in either of
these capacities, let us know via the e-mail option
in the Contact Us section of the website. Use
Vacant Board Positions in your subject line.

new! AZ-TESOL News (sample)

Members of AZ-TESOL receive an electronic
newsletter, AZ-TESOL News, via e-mail. Each
issue includes articles, teaching tips, and
reports on conferences and other activities.
To see a sample, click HERE.

new! Pearson Seeks Educators to Score
its edTPA

Pearson is currently hiring teacher educators
and accomplished teachers to score its edTPA
from a secure, private location such as a home or
an office. Qualified applicants will complete training
pass a qualification, and score edTPA asesments.

For more information, click HERE.

new! TOEFL ® Grants and Awards
Deadlines Approaching

For updated information on this topic, click HERE.

new! TESOL Virtual Seminars for 2014

TESOL will offer online seminars (some free,
others free for TESOL members and US$ 45.00
for non-members) on a variety of topics during
2014. For additional information, click

Selected 2013 State Conference Materials
now available online

A collection of new and archived materials from
our 2013 State Conference is now online. To see it,
click HERE.

AZ-TESOL's Online Services Currently Unavailable

Due to technical difficulties with our online payment
venue, AZ-TESOL memberships, donations, and
conference registrations are not currently available,
but memberships and donations may still be made
by mail. A notice will be posted here when our
online-service capabilities have been reactivated.


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