Engaging and Advancing Community-Centered Teacher Development

From the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI), a series of opportunities for educators:

January 31:

Apply for the ACTFL MIddlebury Research Forum in June 2020 if a PhD candidate or professorApply for the Brussels Study Tour Grants if a K-12, community college, or HBCU instructor

Apply for the Middle East and African Cultures (MEAC) Teacher Fellows Program if a K-12 teacher or curriculum coordinator who will be in the same role in 2020-2021

Apply for SCOLT Travel Scholarships for Summer 2020 Study Abroad if a K-16 teacher of French, German, or Spanish

February 1:

Apply for NFMLTA Travel Support Grants for Foreign Language Professionals who will be presenting at a national, language-specific, or regional language conference in 2020

Submit proposals for the NC-AATF/NC-AATSP Joint Spring Conference to be held in April

February 3:

Apply for Peacock Scholarship to Attend World View’s K-12 Seminar, Global Conflict and Peacebuilding if a K-12 educator who attended a previous World View program

Apply for honorarium to participate in COERLL’s Spanish Heritage Language Workshop on June 25-26 in Austin, TX, for K-20 educators

February 18: 

Apply for Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Program Grants for short-term and long-term projects

February 28: 

Apply for a Summer Study Abroad Language Scholarship if a teacher of Arabic, French, Italian, Greek, or Spanish

February 29: 

Nominate a Beginning Teacher for the SCOLT Bostick Award if the teacher has never attended a SCOLT Conference and is in 1st – 5th year of career