Professor Jacolyn HARMER, GSTILE French Program (right)
Ms. Carolyn COLLINS, Educational Affairs Program Officer
Embassy of France, Washington DC
to discuss the Teaching Assistant Program in France
Do you love the French language, want to make it a significant component of your chosen career path…but know it is not yet as fluent as it should be?
Good news! Young Americans wanting to enhance their French language skills while living and working in France can apply to the Teaching Assistant Program in France coordinated through the French Embassy in Washington, DC. This program places successful applicants as paid English instructors in French elementary and high schools, giving them the opportunity to immerse themselves in French culture and language in action.
After completing the Teaching Assistant Program in France, several graduates have taken the next step and applied for a MA degree in French Translation and Interpretation at the Monterey Institute of International Studies Graduate School of Translation, Interpretation and Language Education.
Interested in learning more about the Teaching Assistant Program in France?
Visit the Embassy of France webpage at: http://www.frenchculture.org/assistantshipprogram
Already completed the Teaching Assistant Program in France and polished your French language skills?
Visit the Monterey Institute of International Studies Graduate School of Translation and Interpretation website to learn more about the language professions.
Or contact the GSTILE French T&I Language Coordinator, Professor Christiane Abel, directly at email@example.com