GSI Application for free CATESOL Student Membership and Spring 2022 Workshop
The Orange County chapter of CATESOL is continuing the Carol Bander Graduate Student Initiative to encourage TESOL graduate and certificate students in Orange and Los Angeles Counties to get a head start on their professional development by offering:
1. Free admission to the Spring 2022 Workshop on February 26th, 2022
2. A free 1-year CATESOL student membership
Based on the application responses below, five students from local TESOL-related programs will be selected for the grant.
Application deadline: TBD
Award requirements include:
1. Attending the OC Chapter Spring 2022 Workshop (February 26th, 2022)
2. Attending one or more CATESOL OC board meetings (held once a month on a Saturday, 10 am-12 pm, dates TBD)
3. Being a current graduate or certificate student in a TESOL-related program (e.g. applied linguistics) in Orange or LA County
4. Reporting back to your program about your experiences at the workshop (through an article, short presentation to your class, etc.)
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Contact Information (Email and/or Phone)
Which university do you currently attend?
California State University, Fullerton
California State University, Long Beach
Cal Poly Pomona
What is the name of your program (e.g. MS TESOL)?
Are you already a CATESOL member?
Have you previously attended an OC CATESOL Workshop?
Are you able to attend the Spring 2022 workshop on November 26th for the entire duration?
Are you able to attend a CATESOL OC meeting for the entire duration?
How will attending this workshop benefit you academically and/or professionally? Respond with at least 50 words.
If you were to receive free admittance to the workshop, how would you report to your program about what you have learned? Respond with at least 50 words.
How did you hear about this application?
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