Employment/ Internships [fr]
Job Openings at the Consulate General of France in Atlanta
Only American candidates, or those candidates studying at an American institution, can apply directly to the consulate for an intern position.
Press Office Intern
The Office of Press and Communication accepts interns for the fall, spring and summer semesters. Interns must be currently enrolled, full-time students in an American university to be considered. The internship is part-time and unpaid.
The Press and Communications Office is now accepting applications for fall 2018. Applicants are asked to send a cover letter, resume and two writing samples: one in French and one in English. The cover letter should address your qualifications for the post. The writing samples can be from a recent class, student publication or other project.
Internship duties include helping with the morning news roundup, writing articles for the website, helping with social media, and most importantly, helping the press office organize and promote France-Atlanta 2018, an event series we put on each fall in the domains of culture, science, humanitarian affairs and business. Excellent communication skills and a good level of French are required.
To turn in your application or for any press and communication internship inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Consulate is looking for an American intern for a duration of two weeks full-time or one month part-time (exact hours are adjustable according to intern’s schedule).
The Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs is conducting a study on road safety and regulations required to obtain a drivers license in the United States under the existing license exchange agreement between France and the United States. The intern’s job will be to contact the six DMVs within the consulate’s jurisdiction (GA, MS, AL, TN, SC and NC) to gather information for the study. An intermediate/proficient level of French is required. For more information, email email@example.com