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Applications due for 2012 EnglishTeachingAsstships in France for Americans

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I thought some folks on here might have children/relatives or know some young people who might be interested in this opportunity. YOu get to spend a year in France with a stipend of around 1000 euro a month, I think.

The French Ministry of Education and the Cultural Services Department of the French Embassy offer approximately 1,500 teaching assistant positions each year for American citizens and permanent residents of the United States to teach English in France.

Applications are due Jan 15th for the 2012/2013 program. Applicants are usually students who have just finished their undergrad or graduate studies in university. YOu do have to have some proficiency in French (level B1, which isn't that rigorous, you should be able to pass that with 2-3 years of university French if you do well in French) but the job is to be an assistant in French schools teaching English to French students.

For complete details and applications forms, see

http://www.frenchculture.org/assistantshipprogram

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