MEAD Leadership Fellowship Program
This scholarship is provided to support an individual in the development of a project that contributes to the foreign language teaching profession and advances quality language instruction. The Mead program was created to develop future leaders for the profession at the state, regional, and national levels. It is supported in part by SANS, Inc., and we are grateful to the company for their contributions to our profession and to NECTFL.
Educators of ALL LANGUAGES at ALL LEVELS are encouraged to apply to this program, designed to identify potential leaders in education and to support the development of their potential. Each scholarship recipient will be assigned a mentor with expertise in the area of that person’s project, and NECTFL will facilitate virtual and, if possible, face-to-face meetings of the two.
For information about MEAD Leadership Fellowship Program go to NECTFL MEAD
We invite you to take a survey for a Mead Fellow
Hello! My name is Michele Back and I am one of the NECTFL Mead Leadership Fellows for 2020-2021. As part of my project for this coming year I would like your assistance in completing a brief survey about any efforts you use or know about with respect to recruiting future world language teachers. Your responses will be completely anonymous, unless you decide that you would like to participate in the second stage of this project (and I hope you will!) Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions: email@example.com. Thank you for your participation!
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Mead Leadership Fellows Winner 2018
The Greater Washington Association of Teachers of Foreign Language (GWATFL) congratulates Dr. Celia Zamora on receiving the 2018 NECTFL Mead Leadership Fellows Program (with support from SANS, Inc.).
Dr. Zamora was recognized at the NECTFL Awards Ceremony in New York in February 2018. She had expert mentoring as she worked on her project on conversational pragmatics. Dr. Zamora attended NECTFL for free in 2018 and she presented her project at NECTFL and at GWATFL in 2019. She also received a stipend from GWATFL.