We are always looking for people interested in leadership positions and ready to get more involved! Submit your application here if you see a job title that interests you. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
We are looking for individuals who are committed to the field of English language instruction and interested in:
- Regional representative for New Hampshire As a regional representative, you would be responsible for ensuring communication with the members in your state, serving as liaison between state members and the association, promoting membership in your state, helping the association better serve the members in your state and presenting a collaboratively written state report to the Executive Board at each board meeting.
- Publisher’s Liaison The Publishers’ Liaison is responsible for inviting representatives of regional and national publishing companies that make books, CDs, and other teaching resources for English language learners to display their materials at our conference(s). The Publishers’ Liaison is also responsible for asking higher education institutions to display information about their teaching programs in ESOL. The Publishers’ Liaison also has the duties of contacting publishers and higher education representatives by e-mail and/or phone; answering conference questions; acting as liaison for them with the conference site coordinator; assisting them the day of the conference with set-up; collecting materials from them for the raffle; thanking them for participation, and notifying them of future conferences.
- Veteran Member-at-Large Open to those who have previously served on the NNETESOL Board. This individual will be recruited and nominated by the President and President-Elect. The Veteran Member-at-Large is responsible for duties assigned to them by the President and President-Elect that do not conflict with the duties and assigned responsibilities of existing board members.
All NNETESOL board members are expected to be members of the national organization of TESOL, meet up to four times annually via conference call or in-person, assist in planning and executing the annual conference, and attend the annual conference.