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A Day in the Life of a Fellow - Tajikistan
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State-funded exchange for TESOL educators with master’s degrees. Fellows travel or live in countries around the world on U.S. Embassy projects that last 10 months. This video depicts a "Day in the Life" of Fellow Maurice Etheridge, who is currently living and teaching in Tajikistan. For more information on the programs, visit www.elprograms.org.
A Day in the Life of a Fellow - Senegal
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State-funded exchange for TESOL educators with master’s degrees. Fellows travel or live in countries around the world on U.S. Embassy projects that last 10 months. This video depicts a "Day in the Life" of Fellow Robin Hinders, who lived and taught at the University of Thies in Thies, Senegal during her fellowship. For more information on the programs, visit www.elprograms.org.
A Day in the Life of a Fellow - Jordan
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State-funded exchange for TESOL educators with master’s degrees. Fellows travel or live in countries around the world on U.S. Embassy projects that last 10 months. This video depicts a "Day in the Life" of Fellows Jamila Barton and Virginia Easley, who lived and taught at different universities in Amman, Jordan during their fellowships. For more information on the programs, visit www.elprograms.org.
The Challenges of Being a Fellow
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State public diplomacy initiative that sends talented, highly qualified U.S. TESOL professionals to work at academic institutions around the world. Through projects set up by U.S. Embassies, Fellows work directly with local teachers, students, and education professionals. They support meaningful and sustainable changes that impact English language teaching and learning abroad, as well as promote mutual understanding between their host country and the United States. Since 1969, the English Language Fellow Program has sent thousands of educators to countries around the world for 10-month assignments in more than 80 countries in Africa, the Americas, East Asia and the Pacific, Eurasia, South Asia, and the Middle East. In this video, watch former and current participants of the program discuss the challenges of being a Fellow and how they overcame them.
A Day in the Life of a Fellow - Indonesia
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State-funded exchange for TESOL educators with master’s degrees. Fellows travel or live in countries around the world on U.S. Embassy projects that last 10 months. This video depicts a "Day in the Life" of Fellow Sultan Stover, who is currently living and teaching in Indonesia. For more information on the programs, visit www.elprograms.org.
A Day in the Life of a Fellow - Ukraine
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State-funded exchange for TESOL educators with master’s degrees. Fellows travel or live in countries around the world on U.S. Embassy projects that last 10 months. This video depicts a "Day in the Life" of Fellows Seneca Ryan and Thaddeus McCleary, who lived and taught in different cities in Ukraine during their fellowships. For more information on the programs, visit www.elprograms.org.
The English Language Fellow Program is...
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State public diplomacy initiative that sends talented, highly qualified U.S. TESOL professionals to work at academic institutions around the world. Through projects set up by U.S. Embassies, Fellows work directly with local teachers, students, and education professionals. They support meaningful and sustainable changes that impact English language teaching and learning abroad, as well as promote mutual understanding between their host country and the United States. Since 1969, the English Language Fellow Program has sent thousands of educators to countries around the world for 10-month assignments in more than 80 countries in Africa, the Americas, East Asia and the Pacific, Eurasia, South Asia, and the Middle East. In this video, watch former and current participants of the program explain what the program means to them.
A Day in the Life of a Fellow - Nepal
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State-funded exchange for TESOL educators with master’s degrees. Fellows travel or live in countries around the world on U.S. Embassy projects that last 10 months. This video depicts a "Day in the Life" of Fellow Miriam Corneli, who lived and taught in Nepal during her fellowship. For more information on the programs, visit www.elprograms.org.
Food and the English Language Fellow Program
 
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English Language Fellows teach abroad for 10-months through a U.S. Department of State exchange program. Besides teaching in another country, Fellows get the opportunity to experience the local cuisine.
English Language Fellow Program Application and Review Process Webinar
 
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In this webinar, English Language Programs staff on the Applications and Vetting team explain the Fellow program application and review process. This webinar includes helpful application tips and a step-by-step instruction guide on how to submit a Fellow application. For more information, please visit www.elprograms.org.
Cultural Exchange and the English Language Fellow Program
 
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English Language Fellows teach abroad for 10 months through a U.S. Department of State exchange program. Besides teaching in another country, Fellows get the opportunity to immerse themselves in the local culture.
The Impact of a Fellow
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State public diplomacy initiative that sends talented, highly qualified U.S. TESOL professionals to work at academic institutions around the world. Through projects set up by U.S. Embassies, Fellows work directly with local teachers, students, and education professionals. They support meaningful and sustainable changes that impact English language teaching and learning abroad, as well as promote mutual understanding between their host country and the United States. Since 1969, the English Language Fellow Program has sent thousands of educators to countries around the world for 10-month assignments in more than 80 countries in Africa, the Americas, East Asia and the Pacific, Eurasia, South Asia, and the Middle East. In this video, watch former and current participants of the program describe the incredible impact Fellows have on communities abroad and in the United States.
Local Support for English Language Fellows
 
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English Language Fellows teach abroad for 10-months through a U.S. Department of State exchange program. Besides teaching in another country, Fellows are supported by their local community.
The English Language Fellow Program
 
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English Language Fellows teach abroad for 10-months through a U.S. Department of State exchange program. This video provides a helpful overview of the program.
A Day in the Life of an English Language Specialist: Paul Kei Matsuda - Turkey 2018
 
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The English Language Specialist Program is a U.S. Department of State public diplomacy initiative that sends experts in the field of English language education to lead intensive English language teacher training projects overseas. This video depicts a "Day in the Life" of English Language Specialist Paul Kei Matsuda, who traveled to Turkey in May 2018 to facilitate workshops on academic writing and student motivation. For more information, visit www.elprograms.org/specialist.
English Language Fellow Application Top Tips
 
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Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until all projects are filled, though we encourage you to apply early in order to have the best chance of being considered for all available projects. Candidates that apply before the priority application deadline are the first to enter the project matching phase when it begins in January. Candidates that apply after the priority deadline will only be considered for projects that remain available at the time they enter the applicant pool.
English Language Specialist Project Spotlight: Megan Calvert - Bahrain 2018
 
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English Language Specialist Megan Calvert spent two weeks in Bahrain conducting teacher training workshops on teaching sounds and phonics Using the Vowel Color Chart.
English Language Programs - Nepal
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State-funded exchange for TESOL educators with master’s degrees. Fellows travel or live in countries around the world on U.S. Embassy projects that last 10 months. This short clip is a testimonial from a Fellow in Nepal. For more information on the programs, visit www.elprograms.org.
English Language Specialist Project Spotlight: Mark T Rex - Nepal 2018
 
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English Language Specialist Mark T Rex spent three weeks in Nepal conducting communication skills workshops for the Nepal UN peacekeeping troops and Police Academy personnel.
English Language Specialist Project Spotlight: Paul Kei Matsuda, Turkey 2018
 
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Over the course of two weeks, English Language Specialist Dr. Paul Kei Matsuda connected with hundreds of English as a Second Language educators who traveled from around Turkey to attend his conference presentations and professional development workshops in four different cities on the topics of academic writing and student motivation.
English Language Specialist Project Spotlight: Jesse Kiendl - Panama 2018
 
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English Language Specialist Jesse Kiendl worked on a multi-phase project in Panama in 2018 conducting teacher training workshops, providing English language teaching and learning resources to English Language Fellows and Specialists, and visiting and evaluating English Access Microscholarship classes.
English Language Programs - Indonesia
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State-funded exchange for TESOL educators with master’s degrees. Fellows travel or live in countries around the world on U.S. Embassy projects that last 10 months. This short clip is a testimonial from a Fellow in Indonesia. For more information on the programs, visit www.elprograms.org.
The Best Part of Being a Fellow
 
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The English Language Fellow Program is a U.S. Department of State public diplomacy initiative that sends talented, highly qualified U.S. TESOL professionals to work at academic institutions around the world. Through projects set up by U.S. Embassies, Fellows work directly with local teachers, students, and education professionals. They support meaningful and sustainable changes that impact English language teaching and learning abroad, as well as promote mutual understanding between their host country and the United States. Since 1969, the English Language Fellow Program has sent thousands of educators to countries around the world for 10-month assignments in more than 80 countries in Africa, the Americas, East Asia and the Pacific, Eurasia, South Asia, and the Middle East. In this video, watch former and current participants of the program describe the best part of being a Fellow.
Happy 50th Anniversary from Washington, D.C.!
 
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Happy 50th Anniversary from Washington, D.C.!

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