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Enrich your TESOL career by teaching English in new contexts and gain unique international experience through the English Language Programs. If you are an experienced TESOL educator with a graduate degree in English language teaching, you can apply for paid teaching projects developed by U.S. Embassies around the world.

The 2018-2019 English Language Fellow Program application is now closed. The 2019-2020 application will open on September 1, 2018.

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Wishing this year’s Fellows a #FellowFarewell

English Language Fellows around the world are wrapping up their fellowships. As they end their ten months abroad, they are reflecting on all they have learned and grown to love about the local communities they have been living in. 

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Former English Language Fellow Deborah M. Rodriguez Garcia Named 40 Under 40

Former English Language Fellow Deborah M. Rodriguez Garcia (Malawi 2016-2017) was recognized as Georgia Southern University’s 40 Under 40 on August 1st, 2018. She was selected out of over 50,000 Georgia Southern University and Armstrong State University alumni under 40 years old. Rodriguez Garcia was recognized for her contributions to education and international development, including her work on national curriculum development through the English Language Fellow program. 

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