You are planning to attend our Adult French group classes or workshops? 
Make sure to take advantage our the $20 Early Bird registration discount which expires on April 19.

Work with Us

Teaching Opportunities at Alliance Française de Washington DC


For Adult classes: Master FLE or DAEFLE.

  • Hours: Evenings, Monday-Thursday from 6:00pm-10:00pm and Saturdays, 9:00am-2:00pm

For an instructor position in the Children’s Programs, additional requirements apply:

  • Early Childhood Education diploma, DAEFLE option Children or experience teaching French in an elementary school in a francophone country.
  • Hours: mostly on Saturdays from 9:00am-5:00pm

Non teaching positions:

  • None open for the moment


Please send a resume, a list of three professional references with email and phone numbers, a cover letter and a writing sample in French to Sarah Diligenti:

Please note that the Alliance Française of Washington DC does not sponsor any work visa. You can only apply for a position within our organization if you:

  • have a work permit or a visa that allows you to work; or
  • are a US permanent resident with a green card; or
  • are a US citizen. 
  • The Alliance Française de Washington DC is an Equal Opportunity employer. Candidates are chosen on the basis of ability without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, marital status or sexual orientation, in accordance with federal and state laws.


Due to the volume of applications we receive, we only contact prospective candidates that we would like to meet for an interview.

Internship Opportunity

Social Media Intern:

Summary: The Social Media Intern will help review and implement the AFDC’s Social Media strategies under the supervision of the Communications Coordinator. More information.

To Apply:

Send your resume, letter of motivation and three references (academic and/or professional) to: Deadline to apply: until filled. 

Please do NOT call. Only the candidates whose application will be retained will be called for interviews.  



The dedicated team of volunteers at the Alliance Française de Washington helps ensure the efficiency and quality of the many programs and services offered by the organization.

Volunteers at the Alliance work in the library/médiathèque, at cultural events, and in the administrative offices. Projects always vary, but volunteers may be asked to carry out such tasks as: shelving books, setting up and breaking down events, serving food and beverages, directing visitors in the library and guests at events, updating databases, prepping development documents, assisting with fundraising events, and more.

Why Volunteer at the Alliance?

Volunteering with the Alliance is an opportunity to engage yourself in DC’s Francophone community with others who share the same interests and passions as you. Volunteers not only provide valuable to support to the Alliance staff, but also serve as ambassadors for the Alliance to the general public.

Additional Benefits of Volunteering

  • One (1) free French group course after 32 hours of volunteering or One (1) free Workshop after 16 hours. Limitations apply.
  • One (1) free individual membership after first year of volunteering.
  • Special invitations to AFDC events.
  • Volunteer recognition party.

How to Apply

AFDC welcomes volunteer applications throughout the year. To apply, please send the volunteer profile to