Tutoring Program & culture sharing

programme tutorat

France

From 18 to 60+ years old

France

Culture sharing in France

An ideal program to discover France while teaching your own language ! A great program for people who want to experience the life and culture of France in-depth.

Tutors are required to teach their own language to a French family, to children and/or adults. Teaching is 15 hours per week. Classes are conducted in an informal way, from conversation and writing for adults to games for young children.

Teaching to a host family
tutoring program in France

Program details

Participants must be aged at least 18 years old up to… 60+ and have a high school diploma (secondary school). Applicants are eager to share their language and culture. Placements are available from 1 to 3 months all over France, North to South and throughout the year.

Mastering the French language is strongly recommended for the best integration.

Highlights

  • No visa required
  • A program made for all ages : from 18 up to 60 years old and more !
  • An all year round program
  • Placements all over France

 

Prerequisite:

  • Intermediate level in French.

Prices include :

  • Placement with a selected host family
  • Full board accommodation (private bedroom)
  • Assistance of a CEI representative

Prices do not include :

  • International and domestic transport
  • All personal expenses
  • Local transport pass

contact

Homestay summer courses and long stay program
  • Long stay programs
  • Angélina - Saint-Malo office
  • angelina@cei4vents.com
  • +33 (0)2 99 20 06 15

Testimonials

Read what our juniors say

Teaching to a host family

“My connection with France is longstanding. My aunt lived in France and as children we heard wonderful stories about France, about Paris… I’ve been trying to learn French and this is a great opportunity to be inmersed in the language. This is a unique opportunity and I’m at a stage in my life for something different. The most enjoyable part is feeling part of the family, the family is fantastic, very supportive, very inclusive. They take me to different things, introduced me to friends. I feel very welcomed in this host family ! They make me a part of their daily life.”Advice for future participants ?”It all depends on the family, age of children, their expectations… The tutor has to be extremely flexible – Try to listen to the family, find out how they interact. Flexibility is very important, to not be too rigid, to not have your own agenda. you must be sensitive to their own needs”.

Neda years old

07/10 - 08/11/2017

“I hoped to make a difference in the English ability of the students and improve my own listening skills. I also hoped to visit some surrounding attractions during the weekends or visit friends in La Rochelle. The most enjoyable part was making friends with the mother. The father and oldest daughter were also welcoming. The highlight of the trip was spendingthe day touring Vaux le Vicomte Cateau with the host, his daughter and my step-son and family from England.”

Georgene years old

04/06 - 05/07/2017