Our partners [fr]
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The Alliances Françaises are divided into three categories :
- alliance cadre : social and cultural events, francophone resources, événements sociaux et culturels, ressources francophones, a wide range of courses respecting the official AF standards.
- alliance partenaire : social and cultural events, French classes.
- alliance club : exclusively social and cultural events (no French classes).
Alliance Française of Birmingham - club
Social and cultural francophone events. Conversation classes.
President: Ms. Margaret Bond
Address: P.O. Box 55861, BIRMINGHAM, AL 35255
Phone: 205 985 2062
Alliance Française of Mobile - club
Social and cultural francophone events.
President : Ms. Sondra Maniatis
Address: 22 Macy Place, MOBILE, AL 36604
Phone: 251 591 0355
Alliance Française of Montgomery
President : Ms. Patricia Crowley
Address: 2014 St Charles Ave, Montgomery, AL 36107
Tel : 334-264-7586
Alliance Française of Atlanta - cadre
French classes for all ages (18 months to adult) and all levels (beginners to advanced). Group classes, private lessons, business classes, specialized classes (on a specific subject). Social and cultural francophone events, vacations in France and summer camps. Resources in French. Exam center for the TCF, TCF-DAP, DELF, DAEFLE.
President : Latif Oduola-Owoo
Executive Director : Dr. Richard Keatley
Address: Colony Square, Plaza level, 1197 Peachtree St. N.E., Atlanta, GA 30361
Phone: 404 875 1211
Alliance Française of Jackson - partenaire
Group classes from beginner to advanced levels, classes for teachers, tutoring. Social and cultural francophone events.
President: Mrs. Annerin LONG
Address: P.O. Box 13822, JACKSON, MS 39236-3822
Phone: 601 373 5989
Alliance Française of Charlotte - partenaire
French classes for beginners and advanced students. Group, private, and business classes. Social and cultural francophone events.
President: Ms. Lydie Surget
Address: P.O. Box 220106, CHARLOTTE, NC 28222-0106
Phone: 704 941 1236
Alliance Française of Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill - club
Social and cultural francophone events, cinéclub, conversation circles.
President: Ms. Polly Lyman
Executive Director: Ms. Claire Barthelemy
Address: 5510 Munford Road, Raleigh, NC 27612
Phone : 718 916 0273
E-mail : email@example.com
Alliance Française of Aiken - club
President: Mr. Edouard SERVY
Address: PO Box 6626, AIKEN, SC 29804
Phone: 803 648 7629
Alliance Française of Charleston - partenaire
Classes for beginners to advanced, private lessons. Social and cultural francophone events, book club, cinéclub.
President: Mr. Luc A Chasleries
Address: 636-G #200 Long Point Road Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: 843 972 8742
Alliance Française of Columbia - club
Social and cultural francophone events, book club, conversation club, theatre club.
President: Mr. Jean-Marie E. MILLE
Address: PO Drawer 5926, COLUMBIA, SC 29250
Phone: 803 254 8000
Alliance Française of Piedmont - club
Social and cultural francophone events, cinéclub
President: Mrs Monique B. GLASS
Address: 215 Old Town Way, SIMPSONVILLE, SC 29681-5827
Phone: 864 288 9040
Alliance Française of Knoxville - club
Social and cultural francophone events, cinéclub.
Presidente: Laurent ZUNINO
Address: 218 Brandon Rd, KNOXVILLE, TN 37922
Phone: 865 769 4265
Alliance Française of Memphis - club
Social and cultural francophone events.
President: Terese Dalle
Address: PO Box 771411, Memphis, TN 38117
Phone: 901 362-2404
Alliance Française of Nashville - partenaire
Group classes for beginners to advanced. Social and cultural francophone events, book club, conversation club, cinéclub.
President: Amélie de Gaulle
Address: 4004 Hillsboro Pike Suite 237B, Nashville, TN 37215
Phone: 615 269 4590
Consult the complete list of locations on the website of the Federation of Alliances Françaises USA
French-American Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta
President: Jacques Marcotte
Director: Katherine Lafourcade
Address: Innovation Center at Curiosity Lab, 147 Technology Parkway, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
French-American Chamber of Commerce of the Carolinas
President: Mr Philippe LEGRIS
Director: Mr Cédric Decarpentrie
Address: 5510 Munford Road, Raleigh, NC 27612
France Senior Trade Advisors – US Southeast
American Association of Members of the French Order of the Mérite (AAMFOM)
AAMFOM is the official U.S. representation of the National Association of the Order of the Mérite. Its decorated members, as well as its supporters, aim at fostering the values of civic duty and fraternity of the Order.
Bienvenue Charlotte promotes French language, literary, education, cultures, and supports exchanges between Charlotte and greater area and French speaking communities at any levels. It also welcomes new comers in Charlotte Community, and strengthen relationship between French related organizations. Bienvenue Charlotte is the founder and organizer of the Charlotte French Festival. Bienvenue Charlotte is a non profit 501(c)3.
President: Jeanne Morel
L’école-French School of North Carolina
Private institution that is part of the Association FLAM
Baby & Me (9 to 18 months): once a week
Total immersion pre-school and primary school (kindergarten/grande section de maternelle to 5th grade/CM2), French-English bilingual: everyday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Free childcare from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. ; paid daycare from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Evening classes: Everyday from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. or à la carte
Saturday classes: 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., for FLE, French for non-native speakers (from first grade/CP to 12th grade/terminale) and FLAM, French for Native speakers
Native French and English speaking teachers for the French and English elementary school classes
Director: Marie-Claire Ribeill (P: 919-413-8481)
Assistant Director: Christian Foubert (P: 201-679-3700)
Address: La Maison de France, 5510 Munford Road, Raleigh, NC 27612
Atlanta Accueil is there to help you with your installation and integration into your new life in Atlanta and the surrounding areas. One of our principle objectives is to build relationships between French-speakers through our monthy meetings, various cultural, artisan, and atheletic activities.
President: Mrs Michele Oliveres
3399 Peachtree Rd NE Suite #500 ATLANTA, GA 30326
Phone: 404-233- 8182
The Atlanta French Language Meetup Group
This informal group meets once a month in an Atlanta restaurant to allow lovers of French, of any skill level, to practice the language of Molière. Typically, 50–70 francophiles attend. For further information, contact: Mr. Dave Aton
The Atlanta Toulouse Sister Cities Committee
The city of Atlanta’s twin city is Toulouse. That is why this active committee, composed of American francophiles and French people, was created.
President: Mrs Sherry von Klitzing
Phone: 404-252 2260 or 404-376 0087
Ensemble is an association for parents of students in the French section of the Atlanta International School (AIS). Open to all francophone parents, the objective of the association is to promote and develop the French section of the school, highlighting the academic program, the language, and social and cultural activities. For more information, contact: Mr. Nicolas de Kerorguen.
The Francophiles of Atlanta meet regularly in a restaurant or café to speak French.
Contact: Kathy Karen
La Clé des Champs
This association serves as a meeting place for French speakers and Francophiles interested in discovering metro Atlanta and natural sites in Georgia.
Facebook: La Clé des Champs
Les Copains d’abord
"Les Copains d’abord" is an association for French or French-speaking expatriates who live in Northeast Georgia, especially in Hall county and all the surrounding counties (i.e., Banks, Lumpkin, Gwinnett, Forsyth, Dawson, Habersham, Jackson, White, etc.). The objective of the association is to promote social and cultural activities among Francophones in this region. Its members meet at least once a month. Join this group on Facebook at "Les Copains d’abord" or contact Mrs Virginie Partee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The foundation that organizes the annual event series, France-Atlanta, in order to promote French-American cooperation in the U.S. Southeast.
Francophonie Atlanta, a 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation, is a multi-cultural collaboration between the French-speaking countries with consulates in Atlanta and francophone organizations. Every year in March, Francophonie Atlanta organizes the Atlanta Francophonie Festival, featuring a variety of cultural and educational events.
French Heritage Society
The objective of the association is to restore French heritage sites.
President: Mrs Suzy Wasserman
La Table française de Mississippi State University
The Table Française, a group of French-speakers and lovers of French of Mississsippi State University, meet every Monday and Wednesday during munch in the Perry cafeteria on the campus.
Contact: Bob Raymond