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French Program

French Program

French group

The French program at Hendrix reflects thediversity and richness of both France and the greater Francophone world.  Within our halls, students rapidly buildlinguistic fluency while furthering their understanding of the culture,history, philosophy and literature of a broad range of French-speakingcountries.  

日本一本道a不卡免费Le programme d’études de français à Hendrix reflète ladiversité et la richesse culturelle de la France et des pays francophones. Dansnos classes, les étudiants apprennent rapidement à s’exprimer couramment en françaisen approfondissant leurs connaissances de la culture, de l’histoire, de laphilosophie et de la littérature appartenant à un large éventail de paysfrancophones.

Outside of our classrooms, students have myriadopportunities to participate in co-curricular activities involving Frenchimmersion.  Some semesters students enjoylanguage retreats, crêpe-baking parties, first Friday French films, andcheese-tasting soirées, while other semesters students engage in activities suchas pétanque-playing and Mardi gras mask-making. Each activity allows students opportunities to build their base ofFrench vocabulary while also developing cultural fluency.

En dehors de la salle de classe, les étudiants ont unemyriade d’occasions de se plonger dans la langue française au travers d’activitéscomplémentaires. Certains semestres, ils peuvent participer aux courts séjoursd’immersion, aux soirées crêpes, aux films francophones et aux dégustations defromages. Pendant d’autres semestres, ils ont l’opportunité de jouer à lapétanque et de décorer des masques pour Mardi gras. Chaque activité permet auxétudiants non seulement d’enrichir leur vocabulaire mais aussi leursconnaissances des différentes cultures du monde francophone.

Our department proudlyoffers a major and minor in French as we allow students the chance to join aclose-knit community of French-speakers all focused on a single goal: achievinglinguistic and cultural fluency.

Notre département est fier d’offrir aux étudiants unespécialisation et une sous-spécialisation en français. Notre communauté francophiletrès soudée n’aspire qu’à un seul but, celui d’atteindre une maitrise de lalangue et de ses particularités culturelles. 

The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) and its Lead with Languages campaign, with the support of Pearson LLC and Language Testing International, commissioned Ipsos Public Affairs to conduct a survey of 1,200 U.S. employers, and the resulting 2019 report, indicates an urgent and growing demand for language skills in the workplace.

Key findings include:

  • 9 out of 10 U.S. employers rely on employees with language skills other than English.
  • 56% say their foreign language demand will increase in the next 5 years.
  • 22% state a need in French language skills.
  • French is the third-most in-demand foreign language among U.S. employers and is cited by 17% of respondents as being in short supply.
  • 22,300 job offers published online in 2015 in the United States were looking for bilingual candidates in French.
  • French is especially demanded in the humanitarian sector, with three humanitarian organizations posting hundreds of jobs for French speakers in 2015.