Alliance Française of Greater Orlando Membership
The Alliance Française of Greater Orlando (AFGO) is the Central Florida affiliate chapter of the Alliance Française, one of more than 1200 such groups across the U.S and world. The Alliance Française is the largest cultural network in the world with more than half a million members. If you have an interest in French culture, would like to someday travel to a Francophone country, or have a desire to connect with people who enjoy French conversation and participate in cultural indoor and outdoor events, then you should consider a membership in AFGO! Current membership benefits are listed below.
For our membership information and printable registration form.
All AFGO members and students receive preferred pricing for the variety of both indoor and outdoor events.
AFGO Members also have access to AFGO's extensive library with more than 250 books in French.
Additionally, being a member of AFGO makes you a part of an international, diverse network of like-minded people.
We'll let our members do the talking and explain their experience with AFGO membership.
"Alliance Française has so much to offer. From languages classes, history, culture, fun events, the ambiance and kindness of the members and staff is amazing! If you like France or you are French, it is the best place I found to feel like home. Thank you! French people can be straight forward at first but they warm up with pure honesty and respect. I really love l’alliance française !"
"I attend for the French films, which are superb ! Whoever selects them chooses very well, indeed. Bernard is a delightful host. Cinq etoiles !"
"This is a great place! Everyone is so friendly and helpful. It's a fun, easy-going environment...
...There's plenty of talented teachers here, so I'm sure you'll be accommodated according to your schedule or close to it as possible. They all not only speak the language fluently, but they also know how to teach and they really care that they do a good job.
Also offered are potluck get togethers, picnics, French movie watching parties, etc... It's a lot of fun once you start coming here. You'll get email newsletters of what's going on in the francophone world locally and abroad."