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English Language Fellows Midyear Conferences 2018 Promo

The English Language Fellow Program sends experienced English language teachers on teaching assignments around the world.

Voices of American English: Why do you love English

Desk with old typewriter, book, and paper and the title graphic on top

We asked our American English community: Why do you love English? We received nearly 100 video submissions from all over the world. Here are some of the responses.

What is an English Language Fellow?

Man facing the camera with title graphic that reads: English for All - What is ELF?

In this video, watch former and current participants describe the English Language Fellow program.

A Day In A Life of a Fellow - Tajikistan #EnglishForAll

This video depicts a "Day in the Life" of Fellow Maurice Etheridge, who is currently living and teaching in Tajikistan.

A Day In A Life of a Fellow - Nepal #EnglishForAll

This video depicts a "Day in the Life" of Fellow Miriam Corneli who lived and taught in Nepal.

A Day In A Life of a Fellow - Senegal #EnglishForAll

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.

A Day In The Life of A Fellow - Indonesia #EnglishForAll

Sultan Stover

This video depicts a "Day in the Life" of Fellow Sultan Stover, who is currently living and teaching in Indonesia.

Two is Twice as Tuani

As we celebrate our four-year wedding anniversary and 10 months of living in Nicaragua, we thought we’d share why serving as a Peace Corps couple is super tuani (the Nicaraguan equivalent of cool/awesome).

Two is Twice as Tuani

As we celebrate our four-year wedding anniversary and 10 months of living in Nicaragua, we thought we’d share why serving as a Peace Corps couple is super tuani (the Nicaraguan equivalent of cool/awesome).

Bloom Where You're Planted

The English language learning needs of Hidalgo’s population are unique in that most of their graduates will never travel to the U.S. or other English-speaking countries; however, English will more than likely play an important role in their futures.

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