Mango On the Road: TESOL 2014

March 20, 2014 / by Jillian Rodriguez

Why are they called Romance languages

There’s nothing better than a Mango road trip. Bags packed with hilarious mango postcards that we forced our graphic designer to create, we’re the most decked out group of travelers everywhere we go.

Where in the world is Mango going next? We’re headed to Portland, Oregon for the one and only TESOL 2014 International Convention & English Language Expo. From March 26-29th, keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter for an inside look at how Teachers of English to Speakers of a Second Language (TESOL) get down in the City of Roses. Expect lots of fun and bright (and maybe delicious) Mango freebies, tons of selfies, and a glorious exchange of language-learning ideas between English-teaching revolutionaries from around the world. Can you tell we’re excited?

Here’s why: TESOL is the largest organization focused exclusively on English language teaching for speakers of other languages. Their organization brings together an entire community of language professionals who believe in using high quality, innovative English teaching to create meaningful opportunities across the globe. As die-hard language lovers, you had us at hello. As a provider of 17 (and counting) revolutionary English language-learning courses, you just became our new best friend. It’s not often that soul mates come in packs of 6,500, but TESOL 2014 is not your average convention. We can’t wait to meet all of you.

And when we do, we’ll have a lot to talk about. As a leading provider of language-learning resources in North America, it’s not surprising that we share many core values, goals, and ideologies with TESOL. If we were on OKCupid, we’d get a match percentage of 100%. Like any healthy relationship, we bring out the best in each other. Integrity, innovation, and high quality language teaching – these are a few of our favorite things.

If you’ve bought yourself a golden ticket to TESOL 2014, stop by Booth #139 and say hi. We’re excited to talk to you about Mango’s 17 unique English-learning courses (that’s more than any language-learning resource on the market) and our fun, effective, and fully integrated methodology. Students of all levels can use real world conversations in easy and fun lessons to learn English anywhere they go (we’re fully mobile). We’re excited to hear how you’re enriching students’ lives with language and culture – and how we can help. After all, what are best friends for?

See you in Portland!

Topics: Higher Ed

Jillian Rodriguez

Written by Jillian Rodriguez

Jillian is a writer and editor out of Detroit, Michigan. She loves connecting people through new ideas, interesting stories, and good conversation. In her free time, Jillian loves to read, write, and listen to podcasts - in Spanish and in English!

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