Alliance Française Dublin is a non-profit Registered Irish Charity that can always use a bit of help!

Every year we accommodate Internships as part of agreed work experience with Universities. Students currently enrolled in a Master may apply in the following areas: pedagogy (Français Langue Étrangères), culture (Sciences Politiques, Management culturel), library (Métiers du livre), marketing (Information & communication). We also host Transition Year internships.

AFD is a language school, an exams center, a training center for teachers, a cultural and intercultural institution with a library, a community of francophones and francophiles in Ireland. More than 50 people work in Alliance Francaise Dublin.

Our teaching team is composed of approximately 30 teachers and we offer a wide variety of courses: different level (A1 to C2), different types (group classes, private classes, field trips, corporate courses), different formats (online, onsite, off-site, hy-flex).


Reporting to the Course Director, the intern will be responsible for the following tasks:

  • Participate in the definition of course offerings, and be involved in pedagogical projects alongside the Course Director
  • Plan course offerings (in-house, external and private courses; adult and children’s courses) and help create brochures
  • Teaching FLE courses to children, teenagers and adults, at all levels
  • Lead monthly French corners (our conversation workshops)
  • Contribute to the development of new courses, course materials and teaching tools
  • Support the day-to-day running of courses and be a key point of contact for teachers and students (timetables, replacements, opening and closing of classes),
  • Ensure a logistic support to our teachers (create links for courses, IT support, install rooms…)
  • Help with the organisation of exam sessions.


  • Degree in FLE (Master 1 minimum)
  • Passion for teaching and promoting the French language
  • Habilitation DELF DALF appreciated
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a team as well as independently.
  • Flexibility and adaptability in a changing educational environment.
  • Organization, rigor, initiative, adaptability and stress resistance
  • English & French proficiency


Full time position from May-June 2024

6 months minimum

Availabilities from Monday to Saturday (2 days off)

Onsite at 1 Kildare Street, Dublin 2

Send your CV and cover letter to :

In addition, Volunteers are always welcome to help us with cultural events and at The French Library.

Job opportunities may be found here

All inquiries should be directed to: