Registration Open & Call for Presenters

Registration for NMTESOL’s 5th Annual Spring Workshop is now open!
Please complete the form found at this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RegisterSpring2015
Registration is $10 per person and can be paid in advance by using PayPal online, snail mailing a check to our mailing address, or on the day of the event by cash or check.The Spring Workshop will be in Albuquerque on April 11th, 2015 from 9:00am to 1:00pm on the main campus of Central New Mexico Community College, 525 Buena Vista SE in Albuquerque.

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If you are interested in sharing your expertise with your colleagues, we are currently accepting proposals for 75-minute presentations at the workshop.  Presentations can cover any aspect of English language teaching at any level and can be a presentation by a single speaker or a panel of speakers.
If you’re interested, please complete the form at this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2015SpringPresenters to submit your proposal.

Questions? Email us!

info@nmtesol.org

See you tomorrow!

Don’t forget our 5th Annual Spring Workshop is tomorrow!

There IS on-site registration!

See you at CNM’s main campus in Albuquerque on the 3rd floor of the Max Salazar Building (on the corner of University and Basehart) from 9am to 1pm!

Enjoy this 1/2 day of excellent professional development.

Call for Presenters – 5th Annual Spring Workshop

NMTESOL will hold its 5th Annual Spring Workshop at Central New Mexico Community College’s Main Campus in Albuquerque on Saturday, April 11th 2015 from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

We invite you to submit a proposal for a 75-minute presentation at the workshop. Presentations can cover any aspect of English language teaching at any level and can be a presentation by a single speaker or a panel of speakers.

Please complete the form at this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2015SpringPresenters to submit your proposal.

We hope to receive your proposal soon and look forward to seeing you in April!

If you have any questions, please send us an email.

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2015-2016 Board of Directors – Election Results

Board member positions up for election this past year were  Vice President, Secretary, and Newsletter Editor.

It is with great enthusiasm that I share the results of our elections.

Colin Large will remain our Vice President.

Penny Mortier will remain our Secretary.

Ruth Cisneros will be joining us as our new Newsletter Editor!

Thanks to all of you who voted!

Election Time Again!

Dear colleagues:

It is time for the members of NMTESOL to elect three members of the Board of Directors: Vice President, Secretary, and Newsletter Editor. The term of service for these Board members will be 2015-2016.

Before the voting can take place, though, we need your help in finding the best candidates for these positions. Please take a moment to consider whether you or someone you know would be able and willing to serve in one of these capacities.

The Vice President’s primary job is to lead the association during the President’s absence. The Board also assigns special projects to the VP.

The Secretary has responsibility for recording Board meetings and votes, managing Board elections, and keeping the records of the association.

The Newsletter Editor is responsible for generating content, accepting submissions, and editing NMTESOL’s electronic publication. Three issues are published per calendar year.

In addition to being willing to fulfill the basic duties outlined above, the candidates must be:
• members of NMTESOL
• able to serve the duration of their two-year term
• able to take part in monthly meetings, which are usually conducted online using Skype

If you wish to serve on the Board or want to recommend someone else, please send your suggestions to the association’s email address: nmtesol@gmail.com along with a short introduction of the individual(s). Please send your suggestions by December 12, 2014. Voting will be conducted online in January.

On behalf of the entire membership, we appreciate your support of NMTESOL.

your Board of Directors:

Bill Ancker, President
Colin Large, Vice President
Dean Sundberg, Treasurer
Penny Mortier, Secretary
Melanie Mullen, Web Coordinator
Bre Stephens, Newsletter Editor