Here are some tips for finding new ways to study or to work in France!
The AUCP provided students with a solid foundation for promising international careers. Secure in their knowledge of French, as well as their ability to observe, understand, and adapt to a cultural dynamic not their own, AUCP alumni seek out, find, and even attract rich, challenging, cross-cultural careers both at home and abroad. Below you will find a few chosen links that may help you in your search.
Campus France, is the official French national agency for the promotion of higher education, international student services, and international mobility. Visit the website and find more out about programs, academic life, scholarships, visa and residence permits or daily life in France.
Teaching Assistantships and Fellowships
The French Ministry of Education and the French Embassy in Washington, D.C. offer over 1,500 teaching assistantships each year for US citizens to teach English in French schools. Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF).
The Fulbright US Student Program offers fellowships for US graduating college seniors, graduate students, and young professionals to study or conduct research abroad. Fulbright Teaching Assistantships Program places students as teaching assistants in schools or universities overseas.
International Jobs and Internships
Transitionsabroad.com is an on-line guide to international careers and jobs abroad with a wide selection of articles, web sites and publications.
Workinfrance.com offers assistance for those seeking work or internships in France: from advice on writing a CV à la française to an extensive database of career opportunities.
Affutjob.com is Africa’s biggest job-site for posting résumés and searching for opportunities.
Amideast.org provides mutiple services & programs, including employment and internship opportunities for Americans in the Middle East and North Africa.
Vistawide.com provides career resources for learners & speakers of foreign languages.
Since its creation, the Peace Corps has hosted nearly 200,000 projects in 139 countries, covering areas of engagement such as environmental preservation, education, youth & community development and food security.
Idealist.org is an interactive website created by Action Without Borders, a nonprofit organization founded in 1995. This easy-to-use site offers a vast platform for exchanging resources and locating opportunities in non-profit organizations.