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About the Program
The EHLS program is designed for naturalized U.S. citizens to build up the communication skills needed for government careers. It is the only program of its kind that combines Advanced English language training with Professional Communication skills and strategies. All accepted students will receive full scholarships covering tuition and a living stipend from the National Security Education Program.
Upon completion of the intensive 6-month program, students continue to receive language training including job search skills on a schedule which allows them to work during the week. Saturday workshops on campus are included.
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Application period for 2009 program now closed. Please try again next year.
2009 Program Dates: January 5 – August 21
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Read about us in the DIA Communique.
Is EHLS the program for you?
Do all the following requirements apply to you?
Native speaker with professional-level proficiency in Arabic, Mandarin, Pashto, Farsi, Dari, or Urdu
Advanced proficiency in English
U.S. citizenship
College degree
Ability to commit to full-time daytime study for 6 months
Willingness to work for the federal government for 1 year
If so, please see About the Program.
The EHLS Program | Center for Language Education and Development
3607 O Street NW | Washington, DC 20007
ph: 202.687.4455 | fax 202.337.1559 | ehls@georgetown.edu
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