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Resources for

Current Participants

Important resources for current English Language Programs participants can be found by following the links below. Current participants can also contact their regional Implementation Coordinator with any questions.

The Community of Practice (COP) is a virtual space for all current participants and alumni of English Language Programs to connect with each other, share resources and best practices, and search for jobs. Current participants can also access onboarding materials, report templates, and more, through the Participant Documents page on the COP.

Current English Language Programs participants can access the English Language Programs Portal to apply to the Virtual English Language Educator Program, the English Language Fellow Program, and/or the English Language Specialist Program, if eligible. 

English Language Fellows and Virtual English Language Educators can also access their My Projects Dashboard in the Portal, to complete onboarding requirements, write and submit program reports, and view and download program documents.

Access the English Language Programs Policy Handbooks page to find the specific handbook for your program.

The program policy handbooks guide current participants through the many policies that apply before, during, and after an English Language Programs assignment.

Candidates selected for the English Language Fellow Program and candidates selected for an English Language Specialist project with in-country dates of any length must complete a Health Verification Form (HVF) and submit it to the cooperating agency by the due date specified in their acceptance letter. Offers to participate are conditional, pending medical clearance.

Read more about this on the Fellow Program HVF Overview page or on the Specialist Program HVF Overview page.

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This is a program of the U.S. Department of State, administered by Georgetown University, Center for Intercultural Education and Development.

All decisions related to participant terms (including candidate review, selection, funding, suspension, revocation, and termination) and all criteria related thereto are made and established by the U.S. Department of State.