Custom Group Training is designed for groups of students, teachers or professionals seeking English language instruction and immersion in U.S. culture. The intensive programs are designed for participants seeking to perfect English language skills with a special academic or professional focus. Through close conversation with our partner groups, we excel in developing both academic, cultural, and/or professional development programs tailored to meet the specific needs of global learners at various levels of expertise. Participants receive a Certificate of Completion.
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EXAMPLE 1: Summer Intensive English with Community Engagement
Group: College students
Duration: 4 months
Classes: Speaking & Listening; Reading, Writing, Grammar & Vocabulary; American Culture; Youth Leadership Skills; Community Engagement; Cultural Exchange
EXAMPLE 2: Summer Intensive American English & Culture Learning
Group: 17 years old or older
Duration: 4 weeks
Classes: Reading, Writing, Grammar & Vocabulary; Speaking & Listening; American Culture; Cultural Exchange
EXAMPLE 3: English Language, Public Administration and Leadership Training Program
Group: Government officials
Duration: 1 year
Classes: Reading, Writing, Grammar & Vocabulary; Speaking & Listening; Professional Development (Federal, State, and local Government agency visits); Educational Technology; Conversation Partners; Supervised Research Project
Program Details: The program emphasizes professional English writing and research techniques. Site visits to state and federal agencies include arranged meetings with U.S. government officials.
EXAMPLE 4: English Language & College Preparation Program
Group: High school graduates
Duration: 1 year
Classes: English language training (Reading, Writing, Grammar & Vocabulary; Speaking & Listening); Educational Technology; Conversation Partners; College preparation courses; Undergraduate studies
Program Details: Students will learn essential writing and communication skills to prepare for college. Students will visit local high schools and universities to learn about the collegiate experience. Students will learn first-hand about the college application process.