Adult course registrations ARE NOW OPEN. ENROLL HERE! Early bird discount ends on June 24.

 All group and private classes will be ONLINE until the end of the Summer.

Teens, Special Programs

The Alliance Française of Washington DC is proud to be a sought-after place of interest for local high school students studying French and in need of either Community Service Hours (Student Service Learning Hours) or Short to Long-Term Internships for their high school requirements.

There are different ways for a teen to help out at AFDC:

For young people, active participation in the life of our organization proves beneficial at multiple levels:

CIT Program

Summer Camps take place over the course of 7 weeks and are held at our main address (2142 Wyoming Ave NW), a 15-minute walk from the Dupont Circle/ Woodley Park metro stations.

Hours: 8:30am-3:30pm

Days: Monday-Friday

If you study/speak French and need some Student Service-Learning hours, this is a perfect opportunity to improve your French. You will be surrounded by French teachers and some French-speaking children in a full immersion program. You can be a CIT for one week, 7 weeks or any number of weeks in between!

Bonus: If you wish to take classes at AFDC, after 30 hours of volunteering, you will earn credits towards attending a French class for FREE at the Alliance Française.

To apply, please send your resume, cover letter and a list of three references (teachers and adults who know you well) to children@francedc.org. You will be contacted for an interview.

Internship Program

Are you a high school senior and a French language student? Are you looking for an internship in May, June or even all year-round? The Alliance Française needs your talent! Please contact us at children@francedc.org.