Le Français: Plus qu'une langue, un art de vivre
French: More than a language, an art of living
Part-Time Qualified Teachers: The Alliance Française of Providence always seeks experienced French teachers, preferably native speakers. Minimum 3 years teaching experience and/or FLE or French language-teaching degree required. The Alliance Française seeks teachers of Spanish, Italian and/or Arabic every once in a while.
Interested in working for us? All interested candidates should submit a résumé to Dominique Gregoire at AFProvidenceRI@gmail.com or by clicking the "Apply Here" button at the bottom of this page to fill out our form.
Who can be an Intern?
Interns are usually college or graduate students. While interns are usually older students, like juniors or seniors, freshman and sophomores can seek out internships as well. Having several internships while in college can be very impressive to potential employers. American and French students are invited to submit applications to Dominique Gregoire at AFProvidenceRI@gmail.com.
Why intern at the Alliance?
Interns at the Alliance Française of Providence helps ensure the efficiency and quality of the many programs and services offered by the organization. In order to gain work experience or satisfy requirements for a qualification, It’s an opportunity to engage yourself in Atlanta’s Francophone community with others who share the same interests and passions as you. Interns not only provide valuable support to the Alliance staff, but also serve as ambassadors for the Alliance to the general public.
Internships are available in Marketing, Development, Education, and Operations. Interns must commit to at least 15 hours a week preferably for a period of 6 months with us.
Why volunteer at the Alliance Française of Providence?
Volunteering with us is an opportunity to engage yourself in the local francophone community and with others who share the same interests as you. You will not only provide valuable support to the staff, but also serve as ambassadors to the Alliance and get a chance to promote the Francophone culture. Our volunteers help the Alliance Française of Providence ensure the efficiency and quality of the programs and services offered by the organization.
Volunteers may be asked to carry out such tasks as:
Setting up and breaking down cultural events
Prepping development documents
Assisting with fundraising events
Helping in administrative tasks
Be in charge of the Library
Provide technical support (if knowledgeable)
Interested in becoming a volunteer? Please click below to fill out the form.