[Sponsored content] Summer is winding down and the Alliance Française is ready to welcome you this Fall session!
Located in the heart of the South Bay, the Alliance Française is Silicon Valley’s center for French language and culture. Whether you are learning French for the first time, or rekindling your passion for French, the Alliance offers over 30 courses catered to your unique level. Get ready for your next trip or work conference and join the Alliance, where a team of qualified and friendly staff are ready to prepare you through anything from private lessons to corporate classes at either of their two campuses located in Los Gatos and Menlo Park.
As French is predicted to be the world’s most widely spoken mother tongue language by 2050, the Alliance Française is proud to be a catalyst toward growth for Silicon Valley’s future amongst today’s rapidly globalizing markets!
Starting this September, join them for “French Express” – weekly meetings where members and non-members chat about “tout et rien” in French. This is a great opportunity if you want to expand your network and meet new people! Can’t make it in-person? No problem! French Express will also be held weekly online via Zoom.
As a member, you have exclusive access to even more of their events, such as their Ciné Club, guest speaker conferences, culture workshops, book clubs, and more. Here’s what’s up & coming this fall:
– Fall Session 2021 (Oct 4 – Dec 17)
– Children’s Classes (Sept 2021 – Mai 2021)
– “Le Scandale dans l’art”
– Paris Conference
– Jean de la Fontaine Workshop
Join the Alliance today, in-person or online, and discover their variety of opportunities! The AFSCV is always looking for volunteers & teaching staff who would like to join their dynamic and passionate team for all things French. Follow them on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn, to ensure you never skip a beat on their latest news & updates!
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