Bay Area Regional TESOL, (BART), is the Tampa Bay community’s local resource for Teaching English to Speaker of Other Languages. BART serves TESOL educators and professionals in several counties around the Tampa Bay.
Central Florida TESOL is an organization committed to the promotion of the scholarship of teaching and learning English as a second language in Central Florida and beyond.
The Emerald Coast TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) is a chapter of Sunshine State TESOL of Florida. As a non-profit organization, Emerald Coast TESOL is dedicated to the advancement of the English as a Second Language profession and to serving the teachers/instructors and administrators in Northwest Florida.
The EAP Consortium includes participants from the Florida Community College & State College System. Our goal is to support EAP programs throughout the state by enhancing communication among EAP faculty and administrators and by addressing articulation concerns. The mission of the EAP Consortium is to afford practitioners and administrators a venue for collaboration and to provide leadership and advocacy in statewide EAP issues.The Consortium was created to align Florida EAP programs including placement, curricula, and assessment.
Northeast Florida Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (NEFTESOL) is a chapter of Sunshine State TESOL of Florida. As a non-profit organization, NEFTESOL is dedicated to the advancement of the English as a Second Language profession and to serve the many teachers/instructors in the northeast area of Florida.
Palm Beach TESOL (PBTESOL) invites you to come and participate in meetings during the school year. Palm Beach TESOL is the local TESOL affiliate. We partner withSunshine State TESOL, the state TESOL organization for Florida. During PBTESOL meetings, there are opportunities to share, connect and network with other ESOL professionals. Social and academic meetings alternate throughout the year. Guest speakers and presenters provide current ESOL information and materials at PBTESOL meetings.