Get involved

You can get involved in IATEFL in different ways:

Become an IATEFL member 

Be part of our global community of English language teaching professionals. Make the most of the member benefits, meet others with the same professional interests as you, keep up to date with our news and publications, attend a Special Interest Group (SIG) event or the annual international conference, participate in our webinars, get ELT publications at discounted prices, have an article published, submit a proposal to speak at an event, volunteer on a committee, and the list goes on!

Volunteer with IATEFL

As a democratic organisation all volunteer positions are advertised, and applications are welcome from any member meeting the criteria for each call. Without the enthusiasm, professionalsim and skills of these volunteers the association couldn't survive. So, if you'd like to take your membership further, and volunteer in a way that's of interest to you, then do apply!

Donate to IATEFL

Find out more about the range of ways you can make a donation to support IATEFL, and how your money can make a different to English language teaching professionals worldwide.

Submit an article to an IATEFL publication 

Current IATEFL members can submit articles to any of our publications, including our flagship magazine, Voices. Past issues have featured articles from IATEFL members Mario Rinvolucri, Harry Kuchah Kuchah, David Crystal (IATEFL Patron), Margit Szestay, Briony Beaven and many more.

To submit an article please read the submission guidelines here.
If you would like to see one of the past issues, please visit here.  

All IATEFL Special Interest Groups also produce publications and you can contact the editors regarding submission guidelines by visiting the IATEFL Who's Who page.

Current IATEFL members can also submit articles to the IATEFL Blog. To find out more and contribute please visit here.

By submitting an article to our publications you will be helping IATEFL to link, develop and support English language teaching professionals worldwide.

IATEFL is where I meet colleagues with similar interests to me, and find out what's new in English language teaching.
Marie Annick
Course Director