Our goals in teaching Persian language are not just to promote learning of the subject matter. We also try to help the students learn to think logically, learn problem-solving methods and techniques, and improve writing skills.
No matter what career you choose, if you’ve learned a second language, you will have a real advantage.
Professionals who know other languages, especially a critical language like Persian, are called on to travel and exchange information with people in other countries throughout their careers. An employer will see you as a bridge and a cultural mediator to new clients or customers if you know a second language. Studying a foreign language even gives you a new perspective on your own culture.
Did you know that in the United States in order to better deal with the increasingly complex political situations foreign languages are essential in over sixty occupations?
The state Department, the Armed forces, the National Academy for Sciences, commercial language schools, U.S. airlines, foreign banks, each of the major US companies and the US government routinely employs 30,000 persons with a working knowledge of foreign languages. This knowledge will open up career possibilities in translating, interpreting and overseas teaching, research, and business, etc…