Calendar of Events
Maryland TESOL maintains a Google Calendar of its activities. These include:
- Conferences and IS Events
- MDTESOL Board Meetings
Elementary Ed. IS Mixer
The Elementary Ed Interest Section is hosting a networking happy hour on Friday, March 31st, for those individuals interested in ESOL for Elementary Education. Meet other educators from across the state for conversation, food and fun!
On the Border, Canton Crossing (3803 Boston St Baltimore, MD 21224)
Friday, March 31, 2017
4:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
To register, please click HERE.
Higher Ed Interest Section Event
Join the Maryland TESOL Higher Education Interest Section at Montgomery College on April 1, 2017, starting at 12:30 PM, for a student-led session on cultural writing traditions and their influences on second-language writing.
The session will be held in Commons 211 on the Montgomery College Takoma Park / Silver Springs campus with refreshments included. For more details about the free event, please visit the session announcement page.
Are You Interested in Serving on the Maryland TESOL Board?
We have vacancies. To check them out, please click HERE.
Want to learn more about being on the Board? Please click HERE.
Nominate people you know who should be highlighted for their service!
The Lifetime Achievement Award is established to honor the accomplishments of professionals in the ESL/ESOL field who throughout their years of service have exemplified dedication to ESL/ESOL students at any educational level and/or in ESL/ESOL teacher training. Click HERE to start the nomination process.
The Ann Beusch Distinguished Service Award was established to honor the accomplishments of Ann Beusch, former Supervisor of Foreign Languages and ESOL of the State of Maryland. This award honors individuals who exemplify the spirit and dedication to international students that Ann demonstrated during her long tenure as a State Supervisor of ESOL and Foreign Languages. Click HERE to start the nomination process.
Apply for the Professional Development Grant!
The Professional Development Grant is to enhance members' involvement and presence in the field of ESOL and for the betterment of shared communities. The goal of this grant is to fund projects and initiatives which cross-cut a variety of agents (educators, students, administrators, etc...) and our extended communities. Successful grants will serve to connect and enhance these various communities through teachers' initiatives. The grant will help reshape the role of the grantee in both his/her profession and society for the betterment of all. Click HERE to start the application process.