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Requests for Funding for WITESOL Regional Professional Development Events
Wisconsin TESOL (WITESOL) welcomes requests for regional mini-workshops, mini-conferences, or other professional development (PD) events organized by WITESOL members to provide PD opportunities for teachers, administrators, other staff who work with English learners (ELs) and their families. Individuals or local teams of WITESOL members may develop proposals for these events using the following guidelines.

WHAT IS FUNDED:

WITESOL will support funding for a regional workshop, mini-conference, or other PD activity (up to $500 total for any calendar year). These amounts are subject to approval from a committee of the WITESOL Board and the availability of funds from WITESOL. The purpose of this funding is to support efforts by WITESOL members to provide smaller PD opportunities at the regional level in Wisconsin outside of the annual conference.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE:

Those who submit proposals must be members of WITESOL. Individual WITESOL members or local teams of members are eligible to submit a proposal for funding.

GUIDELINES FOR PROPOSALS:

1. Focus of Proposal: Proposals must focus on providing (PD) to improve the instruction of ELs and/or the capacity of staff or families to advance the learning of ELs.

2. Intended Audience: The intended audience for the proposed PD should be a specific region, school district, or CESA (Cooperative Educational Service Agency) district in Wisconsin. PD events must take place in Wisconsin.

3. Event date: The PD event should not be scheduled for the month before or the month of the annual WITESOL conference (not October or November). See WITESOL website (witesol.com) for the date of the conference.

4. Please complete the following form and provide as much detail as possible.

Name of main contact:
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Affiliation:
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Email Address:
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Phone Number:
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Purpose or rationale for the PD event:
Why is the event needed? (approx. 100 words)
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Brief description of event
What kind of event are you planning?
Target audience(s) for the event:
Who is the event planned for? Which group(s) do you hope to attract? How will you publicize the event? (approx. 100 words)
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A timeline or proposed schedule of the event:
What will happen that day? (approx. 100-200 words)
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Anticipated outcome(s):
What do you hope to accomplish by hosting the event? (approx. 100 words)
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Anticipated budget:
What parts of the event will you support? What parts do you need funding for? (approx. 200 words).
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