English Language Fellows are highly qualified U.S. TESOL professionals who assist U.S. Embassies in delivering and maintaining quality English language programs. Fellows demonstrate a commitment to the field of English language teaching and represent the best of the U.S. TESOL community. Through 10-month assignments, Fellows share their expertise and interests, develop new skills by teaching in different contexts, and gain unique international experience. They also support U.S. Department of State diplomatic efforts to foster mutual understanding between the people of the United States and other countries. Involvement in these projects has helped alumni obtain higher-level jobs in the TESOL field. The English Language Fellow Program is highly competitive, and the teachers selected to participate represent the best of the U.S. TESOL community. We are actively recruiting experienced educators and scholars with a graduate degree in TESOL or a related field, a minimum of two years’ teaching experience, and a demonstrated commitment to the field of the English language teaching. For more information about the English Language Fellow Program eligibility requirements, click here.
Engage in valuable work at universities, education ministries, non-governmental organizations, and other academic institutions by completing challenging and competitive projects designed by U.S. Embassies.
Participate in unique professional experiences that will deepen your cultural awareness and help you develop new skills that will enhance your career.
Serve as a cultural ambassador sharing American values and customs, while participating in and discovering the culture and customs of your host country.