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Would you like to play a greater role in the ELT community in Arizona and have a lasting influence on your colleagues and the future of our field?

Do you want to contribute your skills and passion to helping educators connect, learn, and grow?

Are you interested in broadening your professional experience, networking with teachers all across the state and region, and adding a unique and valuable experience to your list of accomplishments?

If your answer is yes, consider joining the AZTESOL Board! We are an all-volunteer group that meets 5-6 times each year (three in person and three virtual meetings online) to plan conferences, discuss political developments affecting our field, make decisions about funding, guide our newsletter and website, and carry out all of the “behind-the-scenes” activities necessary to make AZTESOL a successful organization and affiliate. We currently have openings for the following positions on our board:

CURRENT OPENINGS

Advocacy Chair
The primary duties of the Advocacy Chair are to provide advocacy for the field of language learning and serve as a resource and the point of contact for chairs of the various Interest Sections (ISs) sponsored by AZTESOL.

Scholarships, Grants, & Awards Chair
The primary duties of the Scholarships, Grants, and Awards Chair are to form and lead the Scholarships, Grants, and Awards Committee in order to make recommendations to the Board regarding the allocation of AZTESOL funds for scholarships, grants, and awards.

Central AZ Regional Representative
The primary duties of a Regional Representative are to serve as a host for AZTESOL Board meetings when a meeting is held in the representative’s area, coordinate regional mini-conferences, and act as a liaison between the AZTESOL Board and AZTESOL members in their regions.

Southwest AZ Regional Representative
The primary duties of a Regional Representative are to serve as a host for AZTESOL Board meetings when a meeting is held in the representative’s area, coordinate regional mini-conferences, and act as a liaison between the AZTESOL Board and AZTESOL members in their regions.

Member at Large
The primary duties of a Member-at-Large are to actively participate in Board communications and meetings, serve on the AZTESOL Nominating Committee, and provide assistance in conference planning and other Board activities, as needed.

If any of these positions interest you, please send an e-mail with an attached resumé and cover letter to Past President Nora Reyes, and we’ll get back to you soon.