Get Involved

MATSOL members have the opportunity to support MATSOL's mission and further their professional experience by joining a MATSOL committee or task force, which are overseen by the MATSOL Board of Directors. 

  • A Committee is a group that oversees an ongoing activity in MATSOL. Length of service on a committee may vary, but we generally ask for a one-year commitment. 
  • A Task Force is a group the convenes for a limited amount of time to complete a specific project. The Task Force disbands when the project is completed. Length of service depends on the task to be completed.
  • SIG Steering Committee plans the activities and facilitates meetings of MATSOL Special Interest Groups (SIGs).
 

2021 Call for Nominations

MATSOL Board of Directors

Nomination deadline February 22, 2020

Show your commitment to MATSOL’s mission and help shape the organization’s future by submitting a nomination for the MATSOL Board of Directors! MATSOL seeks competent, energetic, committed members of MATSOL with a passion for our mission to take a leadership role, work on behalf of the organization, and represent MATSOL members and stakeholders.

In alignment with our mission to promote equity and excellence for English learners, MATSOL encourages members who have a strong commitment to racial justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion to apply. The board seeks to include, as much as possible, members from different racial, ethnic and linguistic backgrounds, and representing different educational sectors serving English learners (including but not limited to PK12, higher education, adult education) and job types. 

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Publications Committee

The MATSOL Publications Committee is seeking new members. The Committee is responsible for editing and publishing two issues of MATSOL Currents each year (Spring and Fall). 

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Submit to MATSOL Currents

MATSOL welcomes submissions from our members for publication in MATSOL Currents, our biannual newsletter:

  • An article about your school, program, or classroom.
  • An issue of concern to our field.
  • A book or resource review.