Crossing Language Barriers:
“Our success in crossing language barriers makes us the premier language institute in the Washington DC area.”
Inlingua Washington DC and The Washington Center:
Inlingua Washington DC and The Washington Center entered into an agreement whereby Inlingua will provide English language training to the participants of Mexico 100. Designed and administered by The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, Mexico 100 is funded by the Department of Education of Mexico and the Department of Social Development as part of the 100,000 Strong in the Americas Initiative. Mexico 100 provides technical and academic skills training for professional development to one hundred committed students from public schools in Mexico. These young Mexican leaders will spend one semester in Washington, DC receiving training at The Washington Center’s academic training facility while doing an internship with different participating civil society organizations in the greater Washington DC area. Commencing this October, this program will continue to sponsor one hundred participants for the Spring 2015 semester, with potential for extension for subsequent semesters. Inlingua Washington DC is honored with the opportunity to participate in such an ambitious program by enabling its participants to improve their English language skills as they embark in their professional development journeys.
Inlingua Washington DC and The Centro Paula Souza:
Earlier this year, Inlingua Washington DC, through one of its main agents in Brazil, entered into an agreement to provide English language training in its main campus to hundreds of academically excelling students from the Sao Paulo State Public School System. This fantastic program is being sponsored by Centro Paula Souza, a Sao Paulo State government agency. These two programs allow Inlingua Washington DC to contribute to the academic and professional development of young adults that would otherwise not have access to such a fantastic opportunity. We are certain that the skills acquired by all the participants will better equip their respective countries to become more competitive in the global arena.