Summer Language Workshop Access

Summer Language Workshop Access

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Help students find new voices and global perspectives! The Summer Language Workshop is growing a new scholarship fund to allow students to learn new languages and develop international career skills. Show your support!

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The Summer Language Workshop offers intensive programs for less-commonly-taught languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Haitian-Creole, Hungarian, Korean, Lithuanian, Persian, Russian, and many more. To enhance students' learning and cultural understanding, these two-month long workshops combine: 

  • Language training with professional development seminars
  • Job recruiting sessions
  • History and culture presentations
  • "Hands-on" activities in the language

Workshop participants finish the summer equipped for international careers in academia, industry, non-profit management, or government service.

However, financial need can put the Summer Language Workshop out of reach for many students. Please consider making a gift to the Summer Language Workshop Scholarship fund! Your gift will enable deserving students to attend the Summer Language Workshop and prepare for rewarding, successful international careers.

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