Would you like to have fun learning a second language, such as Spanish or Cree? Did you know that Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world and that Cree is spoken by at least 24,000 people in Saskatchewan?
Think of how great it would be to be able to chat with the locals when you go away to Latin America, or to understand Cree in Saskatchewan!
Learning a second language can also open your mind to a new culture, and open the door to new employment opportunities! So REGISTER for classes today!
The Discovering Diversity in Language Classes offer students the choice of one of two distinct language learning opportunities:
Language Classes: Cree, Spanish
Length of Classes: September 2014 – December 2014
Time: Twice a week
Fee: Only $199.99 for 70 hours of instruction!
Contact: Sylvie Charpentier at (306) 922-0400 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Discovering Diversity in Language Class 2014 is an initiative program by Prince Albert Multicultural Council (PAMC) to promote multicultural values, the benefits of cultural diversity and a great opportunity for cross-cultural interaction in our community and area. PAMC is very grateful for the support given by Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Organization of Heritage Languages Inc., and the Government of Saskatchewan (Ministry of Education).
>>>READ about the last year’s PAMC Language in Diversity Classes in MCoS’ 2013-2104 Annual Report.