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Featured: Hebrew Language Summer Institute (HLSI)

As we walk all over campus we hear a plethora of different languages, accents, and see different cultures.  In this day and age, it is imperative to anyone’s life skills to be familiar in at least one other language.  Part  of this week’s post is to feature Brandeis University’s Hebrew Language Summer Institute.  Those who enroll are fully immersed in the Hebrew language as well as the Israeli culture.  Admissions is open to undergraduates, graduate students, and commuting high schoolers.  If you do not fall into any of these categories, well then, here is some more good news!  If you are not attending any sort of degree-seeking institution, but you are a teacher or an educator, this summer program is also available to you!  We have dedicated teachers who have been a part of this program for many, many years.  There are five courses that are offered and depending on your current skills, you may be advised to start in different levels.  Throughout the course, you will be able to receive assistance from your professors as well as your peers.  This is a very hand-ons learning experience aiming to boost your confidence and conversation in the Hebrew language.

For more information visit: http://www.brandeis.edu/summer/hebrew/