USIA English Language Programs Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
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This web site is an archive of the former USIA site as it stood in September 1999, and is now maintained as part of the Electronic Research Collection of historic State Department materials by the federal depository library at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

How to Apply

Print, complete, and mail or fax this page along with a current c.v. to the following address:

English Language Specialist Program
U. S. Information Agency
E/ALP - Room 304
301 4th Street, S.W. Washington, DC 20547

Please Note: Applications submitted via e-mail will not be accepted.

 

 

Application Form

Name_________________________________

Areas of Work (if more than one, rank order with "1" being first):

Areas of Specialization
(rank order up to 3, with
"1" being strongest):

primary
___ classroom teaching
___ teacher training
___ administration

___ action research, professional development
___applied linguistics
___civic education
___content-based instruction
____computers, multimedia,

secondary
___ classroom teaching
___ teacher training
___ administration

education technology
___curriculum/materials
___discourse analysis
___ESP
___general methodology
___grammar
___learning styles/strategies
tertiary
___ classroom teaching
___ teacher training
___ administration
___listening, pronunciation/oral skills
___literature
___program administration, teacher supervision/evaluation
___reading
___testing/assessment
___writing/composition
___United States culture
___Other

 

 

Please be sure that all of the following information is included in the materials submitted:

  • full name
  • position/title
  • institutional address, telephone, fax, e-mail
  • home address, telephone, fax, e-mail
  • previous USIA assignments (within the last 3 years)
  • overseas experience
  • other relevant information

Thank you for your interest in participating in the English Language Specialist Program.

 

 


On October 1, 1999, the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs will become part of the
U.S. Department of State. Bureau webpages are being updated accordingly. Thank you for your patience.