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|Teach English in France with InterExchange Working Abroad
Our Teach English in France programs give students and young adults from North America the chance to be completely immersed in French culture. Participants choose from providing private family lessons in exchange for room and board, or teaching in a Paris classroom. Placements are in beautiful Lille or Paris and their surrounding suburbs and require just 15 hours of language instruction a week. Use your free time to take French classes and explore the beautiful City of Lights!
|Dates: Year-round; 1-3 months
Contact: InterExchange Working Abroad, 100 Wall Street, Suite 301, New York, NY 10005
Tel.: 212.924.0446; toll-free: 1.800.597.3675
In Paris, look for the publication France-USA
Contacts, which carries job ads. You can
place an ad in the print and/or online edition either
via the FUSAC website at www.fusac.fr.
American Church in Paris,
65 quai d'Orsay, 75007 Paris, France; tel: +33 (0)1 40
62 05 00 and the American Cathedral,
23 Ave George V, Paris 75008. Both churches feature notice
boards that you can consult while in Paris. They offer
volunteering opportunities in their own programs as well
as occasional career forums for job seekers.
American Village: Camp Counselor in France at American Village Camps. Work in France next spring or summer! Now hiring: English Language Counselors starting in March 2018.
Salary: 1170 euros per month. Meals and housing are also included.
Location: One of our language villages in France. Exact location announced after hire.
American Village Camps seek energetic, creative, initiative-takers who are native English speakers and love working with children. Our camps run from February to October, annually.
Contact: American Village, BP 83329, Rodez 12008, France; email@example.com, www.job-americanvillage.com.
API Tutor Abroad in France. API’s tutor abroad program consists of a guaranteed position to serve as a conversational English tutor in a French family from 1-3 months in duration. Participants are able to join this program at various times throughout the year, and are expected to contributed 15 hours per week toward tutoring members of the host family in conversational English. In exchange, the API participant gets to live with a host family, have most meals covered, and experience the wonders of living in France!
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.apistudyabroad.com/experiential-programs/teach/.
CEI Paris — Centre d’Echanges Internationaux, email@example.com, www.cei4vents.com. Work in France department can assist higher education students over 18 from outside Europe to obtain temporary work permits to work and travel in France for 4-12 months starting any time. All candidates must be conversant in French.
Vistas offers a variety
Embassy of France: The Teaching
Assistant Program in France offers you the
opportunity to work in France for 7 months teaching English
to French elementary and secondary school students.
Each year, nearly 1,100 American citizens aged between 20-35 and permanent
residents teach in public schools across all regions
of metropolitan France and in the overseas departments
of French Guyana, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Réunion.
The program offers a monthly stipend of €790 (net). Contact: www.frenchculture.org.
Unie des Auberges de Jeunesse, 27 rue Pajol,
75018 Paris, France; 001-33-1 44 89 87 27; www.fuaj.org.
French youth hostels association offers short-term
work (catering, reception, sports, instruction, etc.)
at its member hostels throughout France. Applications
must be sent to individual hostels. FUAJ also organizes
voluntary workcamps to renovate hostels.
La Giraudiere: Work and Stay
in Southwest France helping a learning project.
Work and experience the French lifestyle at La Giraudiere,
where people from around the world help restore and
renovate a small hamlet, a place of learning that
is being brought back to life at the same time adding
to the lives of those who help make it happen. All
kinds of skills are required to help supervise the
volunteer and internship programs. In return for your
work you will receive accommodations, 3 meals a day,
advice, french lessons, training, excursions, transfers,
and so much more! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.lagiraudiere.com.
Needs volunteers to care for endangered monuments throughout