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TESOL Launches New University of Pittsburgh Travel Award for IEP Instructors

by User Not Found | 07/29/2014
The application deadline 1 November.

TESOL has opened applications for the new University of Pittsburgh Travel Award for Intensive English Program (IEP) Instructors. Funded by the English Language Institute at the University of Pittsburgh, the $1,500 grant supports the professional development of ESL teachers and trainers in IEPs by offsetting the costs of the annual TESOL International Convention & English Language Expo. Eligible applicants are those who work in intensive English programs in the United States, are members of UCIEP or AAIEP, or are accredited by CEA. Furthermore, eligible persons are active TESOL members.

Read more about the University of Pittsburgh Travel Award for IEP Instructors grant and how to apply online here.