What is the TESOL CLUB?
The TESOL Club invites all M.S. in TESOL, TESOL Certificate majors, as well as TESOL undergraduate students to
participate in regular club activities, which may include speakers, conferences, eating out, and holiday celebrations.
Students have also participated with faculty on classroom and school-based research projects, poster and paper
presentations at professional conferences, and conference planning.
The purpose of this organization is to provide students who are interested in the field of Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language a place to network and exchange ideas. The focus will be on developing our professional knowledge of language teaching, and expanding our intercultural awareness through professional development and academic
enrichment through the hosting of lectures and events. These include, but are not limited to, the sponsoring of Orange County CATESOL conferences or events, professional development workshops, lecture series, and social networking events.
Benefits to Membership:
Social Networking Events
Sending student presenters to
Facilitating professional workshops
Collaborating with OCCATESOL
Honor Cord Ceremony
Collaborating with CICE for Project SHINE
Peer Mentorship Program
TESOL Club Party
(New student orientation potluck party)
White Elephant Holiday Party
Board Game Night
Post Comprehensive Exam Dinner
End of the Year / Graduation Party
What is ICC?
ICC stands for Inter-Club Council. This is a student organization on campus that is funded through ASI, Inc. Ideally, one representative from each departmental organization represents their major students at ICC meetings, which are designed to provide funding to student organizations for student member travel and club activities and events.
For more information please contact TESOL CLUB at: firstname.lastname@example.org