Volunteer

As a charity we are always looking for volunteers who can support our aims to link, develop and support English Language Teaching professionals around the world. All volunteers must be an individual current member of IATEFL. Certain roles require you to have been a member for a certain period of time, or of a specific Special Interest Group, to ensure you have a good working knowledge of the Association. The eligibility criteria will always be explained in the call for nominations.

If this sounds like something you'd like to be a part of, here are some questions you might want to ask yourself first:

  • Is my membership to IATEFL up to date?
  • Do I have a good understanding of IATEFL policies and am I familiar with the IATEFL Code of Conduct?
  • Am I free to attend occasional meetings (normally online)
  • Which special skills can I offer that would be of value? Experience in publishing, running conferences, fundraising, and organising local groups are always important.
  • Note: Volunteering may also require travel and accommodation. IATEFL can reimburse these costs, within our current limits.

Interested?

That's great news! Look out for calls for volunteers from IATEFL, or from Special Interest Groups you are currently a member of. Once you see a role you are interested in, read the role description carefully, and then complete the nomination form.

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
France