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Ad Astra is a first-class language services agency offering a comprehensive suite of interpreting, translation, Deaf/ Hard of Hearing, transcription, and localization services.
The mission of the Alabama World Languages Association (AWLA) is to motivate educators to contribute to and to advocate for improved world language education for all students at all levels.
Améredia is a full-service multicultural advertising, marketing and public relations firm specializing in reaching diverse ethnic groups nationwide.
Founded in 1977, the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) is a professional organization of scholars who are interested in and actively contribute to the multi-disciplinary field of applied linguistics.
The American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) was founded in 1927 and is the largest national association of French teachers in the world with nearly 10,000 members.
With over 4,000 members, the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG) is for teachers of German at all levels of instruction and all those interested in the teaching of German. Founded in 1926, AATG believes that bringing the language, literature, and cultures of the German speaking world to all Americans is a vital humanistic endeavor, which serves an essential national interest.
The American Association of Teachers of Italian (AATI) is a professional organization of scholars worldwide who contribute to the multi-disciplinary field of Italian Studies through teaching, research, and service. Our mission is to promote, advance, and preserve the study of Italian language, literature, and culture in its multiple historical and contemporary manifestations.
The American Association of Teachers of Japanese (AATJ) is an international, 501(c)3 non-profit, non-political organization of teachers, scholars, and students of Japanese language, literature, and linguistics, which works to promote study of the Japanese language at all levels of instruction in the field and to broaden and deepen knowledge and appreciation of Japan and its culture.
American Council of Teachers of Russian/ American Councils for International Education (ACTR/ACCELS)
The American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR) was founded in 1974 as an association of language and area professionals involved with Russian language, literature and linguistics.
American Councils for International Education is a premier, international nonprofit creating educational opportunities that prepare individuals and institutions to succeed in an increasingly interconnected and rapidly changing world.
The American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL), founded in 1941, exists to advance the study and promote the teaching of Slavic and East European languages, literatures, and cultures on all educational levels, elementary through graduate school.
The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) was founded 29 December 1917 in New York City as the American Association of Teachers of Spanish. The name was changed to the present one when Portuguese was added to the association’s mission in 1944.
The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) is dedicated to the improvement and expansion of the teaching and learning of all languages at all levels of instruction. ACTFL is an individual membership organization of more than 12,500 language educators and administrators from elementary through graduate education, as well as government and industry.
Founded in 1997, the American Foundation for Translation and Interpretation (AFTI) supports charitable activities, education, and research in support of the translation and interpreting professions.
American Sign Languages Teacher Association (ASLTA) is a national professional organization of American Sign Language and Deaf studies teachers. Our mission is to perpetuate, preserve, and promote American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Culture through excellence in teaching. This includes teaching ASL as a heritage or first language, as a second language, and as part of Deaf Studies.
American Translators Association (ATA) was established to advance the translation and interpreting professions and foster the professional development of individual translators and interpreters.
Arkansas Foreign Language Teachers Association (AFLTA) is dedicated to providing Foreign Language Educators with the tools they need to stay relevant in today’s changing education system. We provide professional development, immersion sessions, updated information regarding advocacy for languages and newsworthy information and articles from the field of FL study. To find out more about our organization please visit the links below.
Avant Assessment is a diverse team with backgrounds in teaching, linguistics, international business, technology and more who strive to improve language learning by delivering assessments that measure what matters.
The Arizona Language Association (AZLA) serves the profession by providing a structure through which language educators can share training, ideas, research and concerns. Our primary goals include promotion of world language study, development of quality education programs from early childhood through post-secondary, and teacher preparation.
Berlitz is the global leader in delivering instructor-led and personalized solutions for language, communication and cultural training whose mission is to enable customers to achieve their goals in a global environment by understanding their individual needs and providing the most effective solutions in language, communication, and cultural competence anywhere in the world.
The Brigham Young University Center for Language Studies helps learners acquire the advanced language and cultural skills they need for personal enrichment and for global careers in any of the University’s academic disciplines. The Center for Language Studies provides strategic planning and assessment services for the College of Humanities, oversees special-purpose language resource centers, supports majors in 11 foreign languages, and regularly offers instruction in about 50 additional languages.
The mission of the California Language Teachers Association (CLTA) is to provide support, leadership and vision for quality World Language and Culture teaching and learning in California.
The Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1959. Headquartered in Washington DC, CAL has earned an international reputation for its contributions to the fields of bilingual and dual language education, English as a second language, world languages education, language policy, assessment, immigrant and refugee integration, literacy, dialect studies, and the education of linguistically and culturally diverse adults and children.
The Center for the Advanced Study of Language (CASL)‘s vision is to serve as the premier strategic research partner for the IC solving the most critical and challenging language problems, and ultimately infusing language research into day-to-day job performance as well as critical leadership decisions that directly affect mission.
CSCTFL’s aim is to promote the study of world languages on all levels of instruction. The Central States Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages serves the fourteen states of: Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
Certified Languages International (CLI) stands at the forefront of world-class interpreting services, and has since its inception in 1996. Thousands of organizations across the country rely onCLI to help them communicate with a growing demographic of Limited English Proficient (LEP) speakers.
CETRA’s services include translation, interpretation, sign language interpretation, website and software localization, multilingual typesetting, voiceover, and transcription for corporate and government clients in more than 200 languages.
The Chinese Language Association of Secondary-Elementary Schools (CLASS) is a non-profit professional organization that represents all Chinese language educators at all levels from elementary to secondary schools.
The Chinese Language Teachers Association, USA (CLTA) promotes the study of Chinese language and culture in an international context. Given the importance of the Chinese speaking world and its global cultural, social, economic, and political impact, CLTA’s mission is to promote the Chinese language as a tool for communication worldwide.
Colorado Congress of Foreign Language Teachers (CCFLT) incorporated for the purpose of providing foreign language teachers a forum for mutual support, a means for sharpening their pedagogical skills, and a vehicle for keeping culturally and linguistically current.
CALICO, the Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO) is an international organization dedicated to research and development in the use of computer technology in language learning: computer-assisted language learning (CALL).
Since 1961 more than 150,000 villagers have joined Concordia Language Villages (CLV) in its mission to create responsible global citizens. CLV are builders of globally minded communities and guides to world fluency. Its cultural immersion programs in the north woods of Minnesota engage our participants to develop language proficiency.
The Connecticut Council Of Language Teachers (CT COLT) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit membership organization that promotes language proficiency and the knowledge of world cultures.
In 1990, the Department of Education established the first Language Resource Centers (LRCs) at US universities in response to the growing national need for expertise and competence in foreign languages. Twenty years later, there are fifteen LRCs, supported by grants under Title VI of the Higher Education Act, creating a national network of resources to promote the teaching and learning of foreign languages.
CODOFIL is the Council for the Development of French in Louisiana whose mission as Louisiana’s French agency is to support and grow Louisiana’s francophone communities through scholarships, French immersion and various other community and language skill-building programs.
CulturaLink partners with healthcare organizations to improve patient-centered care and create an effective, diverse workforce through services focused on diversity, inclusion and cultural competence.
CyraCom is the leading provider of language interpreting services to healthcare, and its interpretation and translation solutions are exclusively endorsed by American Hospital Association. Whether in-person or via phone, video, mobile app, or written text, CyraCom bridges communication gaps for healthcare organizations that need rapid access to language assistance.
The mission of the DLI Foundation is to advance the mission of the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center and advocate for foreign language acquisition and application throughout the nation.
The mission of Digital Learning Alliance is to improve economic growth across America by advocating for personalized education through the use of digital learning technologies as we empower legislators with the resources to pass new legislation—state by state—integrating technology solutions in pre-K–12, higher education, and adult learning, resulting in the skilled workforce of the future.
Don Fischer Consulting, LLC
For over 30 years, Dynamic Language has provided superior language translation, interpretation, and localization services in over 150 languages to clients around the world. The company is recognized as one of the largest professional language service companies in the Western United States, headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Dynamic is certified as a women and minority-owned company as well as holding ISO 9001:2008 certification.
The Florida Foreign Language Association (FFLA) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the study and teaching of languages and cultures. Membership is open to educators of all levels (K-20) and all languages.
FLAG, short for Foreign Language Association of Georgia (FLAG), is the official professional organization for World languages in Georgia. FLAG is a non-profit organization.FLAG is an association of instructors, administrators, and others involved in World language teaching and the promotion of cultural understanding.
The Foreign Language Association of Missouri (FLAM) is a statewide professional association and advocacy group that represents all language instructors in the state of Missouri.
It is the mission of the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina (FLANC) to promote opportunities for all students from kindergarten through post graduate studies to develop a high level of competence in at least one language in addition to their own; to provide leadership, support and service to those committed to language learning; and to coordinate the efforts of all those involved in education to make language learning in programs of excellence a reality for all.
The Foreign Language Association of North Dakota (FLAND) is an organization for Foreign Language educators to advance the study of foreign languages at all levels, to promote the foreign language teaching profession, and to foster the spirit of fellowship among its members.
FLAVA is the Foreign Language Association of Virginia, a growing, dynamic organization of professionals in education and business, students, and all those who have a common interest in promoting and utilizing world languages to accomplish their various goals.
Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey (FLENJ) is a non-profit, foreign language organization that represents all world language educators at all levels in New Jersey.
Geneva Worldwide Inc., a New York City based corporation, understands the importance of language services for the ever-changing needs of businesses today, and makes it our mission to provide superior services for better communication in the global marketplace.
Global Professional Search (GPS) only job-matching service to spotlight the candidate’s global competencies—foreign language proficiency, experience abroad, regional expertise, and cultural competency—as well as relevant work experience and use proprietary technology to pre-qualify candidates by matching employer hiring criteria with the candidate’s skills and interests.
The Globalization and Localization Association (GALA) is a global, non-profit trade association for the language industry. As a membership organization, we support our member companies and the language sector by creating communities, championing standards, sharing knowledge, and advancing technology.
The Hawai‘i Association of Language Teachers (HALT) is a group of World Language Teachers from K-12 and higher education institutions in Hawai‘i who work to maintain the highest standards in the profession of teaching world languages. We also promote the academic welfare of our students by providing steadily improving professional procedures and objectives for all teachers. Our organization provides teachers of world languages with the opportunity to meet with their colleagues to exchange ideas and experiences and to enrich their professional background.
The purposes of the Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ICTFL) are to improve the study and teaching of modern and classical languages and their literatures and cultures at all levels of instruction.
The Institute for Applied Linguistics (IAL) is a research and training unit within the College of Arts and Sciences at Kent State. Affiliated with the Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies, the Institute and its faculty coordinate the four-year Bachelor of Science Program in Translation, the two-year Master of Arts in Translation and the Ph.D. in Translation Studies.
The Institute for International Education (IIE)’s mission is to advance international education and access to education worldwide by managing scholarships, training, exchange and leadership programs, conducting research and facilitating policy dialogue on global higher education, and protecting scholarship around the world.
Established in 1965, the International Association for Language Learning Technology (IALLT) is a professional organization whose members provide leadership in the development, integration, evaluation and management of instructional technology for the teaching and learning of language, literature and culture.
The International Language and Culture Foundation (ILCF) is dedicated to furthering the study of languages and cultures, worldwide.
InterpretAmerica, LLC was established in 2009 to provide a national and international forum for the interpreting profession. Its mission is to help raise the profile of interpreting.
Interpreters and Translators, Inc. (ITI) is a well-respected and award-winning language agency. The company is based in Connecticut and also operates a full-service branch office in Puerto Rico.
The Iowa World Language Association (IWLA) is devoted to advancing the worldwide mission of education and world languages, literature and culture by promoting the study of world languages and cultures, promoting language curricula, from primary to post-secondary levels, to enable students to become proficient in the target language, opening the doors for multi-lingual interaction with other cultures.
The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles (JFLA) promotes international awareness and mutual understanding between Japan and the U.S. through cultural exchange.
The mission of the Kansas World Language Association (KSWLA) is to promote and improve the teaching of world languages and cultures, to provide continuing professional development, and to encourage the spirit of cooperation among world language educators in Kansas.
Kathleen Diamond & Co.
Kathleen Diamond is a consultant, entrepreneur, and business leader in the language services industry. In 1979, she founded Language Learning Enterprises, Inc. (LLE®), a full-service language company based in Washington, D.C. She is recognized as an early pioneer in Telephone Interpreting, launching LLE-LINK in the 1990s. Kathleen’s consultancy focuses on helping companies grow by increasing value, maximizing resources, diversifying revenue streams and building a strong succession plan.
The Kentucky World Language Association (KWLA) is a network of individuals who support, promote and advocate the teaching and learning of a variety of world languages and cultures … a clearinghouse for data, information and research relevant to effective programs and practices in the learning and teaching of world languages and cultures … a provider of professional development for P-16+ teachers of world languages and cultures.
Language Line Solutions (LLS)
LanguageLine Solutions (LLS) is a global leader in innovative language access solutions, providing the highest quality phone, video, and onsite interpreting, translation and localization, as well as bilingual staff and interpreter testing and training.
Since 1992, Language Testing International (LTI) has been the leader in the development of language proficiency testing for more than 100 languages in over 40 countries.
The Linguistic Society of America (LSA) was founded in 1924 to advance the scientific study of language. LSA plays a critical role in supporting and disseminating linguistic scholarship both to professional linguists and to the general public.
Logrus International is an independent provider of a full range of localization services, with extensive and unique experience in working with technical subject matter.
The Louisiana Foreign Language Teachers Association (LFLTA) is a teacher-led organization working to promote and improve World Language learning in Louisiana.
MARACAS is an exciting interactive language learning experience for preschool and elementary age children. The MARACAS program uses music, interactive play, literature and crafts to expose children to the sounds and rhythms of Spanish in a fun and exciting way.
The Maryland Foreign Language Association (MFLA) is a professional association of world language teachers, professors, and professionals dedicated to the promotion of excellence in the teaching of world languages.
The Massachusetts Foreign Language Association (MAFLA) is non-profit service organization committed to the professional growth of its members and to the promotion of quality teaching and learning and cultures from kindergarten through the college level and beyond.
The Mississippi Foreign Language Association is constituted to encourage active interest and research in languages other than English (LOTE) as well as the advancement of the study and teaching of LOTE in schools, colleges and universities in Mississippi. Through its regular activities – annual conference, speakers, bulletins, publications and special events, as well as lobbying and providing the media with relevant information – it seeks to create and sustain such interest.
McGinn Consulting, LLC
The Michigan World Language Association (MIWLA) is an organization for all elementary, secondary, college, and university teachers, supervisors, students, and friends of world languages.
The Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS) provides international professional education in areas of critical importance to a rapidly changing global community, including international policy and management, translation and interpretation, language teaching, sustainable development, and non-proliferation.
The Middlebury Language Schools (MLS), starting with the establishment of the School of German in 1915, offer intensive undergraduate and graduate-level instruction in 10 languages during six-, seven-, or eight-week summer sessions.
Founded in 1961, the Minnesota Council on the Teaching of Languages and Cultures (MCTLC) is characterized by a spirit of activism and cooperation in the promotion of world language education in Minnesota.
Modern Language Association (MLA)*
Founded in 1883, the Modern Language Association (MLA) of America provides opportunities for its members to share their scholarly findings and teaching experiences with colleagues and to discuss trends in the academy.
The Multilingual Family Resource Center (MFRC) offers multilingual families guidance services and resources to enable them to embrace their linguistic and cultural traditions. MFRC’s workshops provide parents and teachers with tools to better communicate and enhance children’s multilingualism and academic achievement.
Since 1975, the National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE) has been a non-profit membership organization that works to advocate for educational equity and excellence for bilingual/multilingual students in a global society.
The National Association of District Supervisors of Foreign Languages (NADSFL)‘s mission is to promote excellence in foreign language education for all learners through professional development of foreign language supervisors.
The National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT) promotes the highest professional standards in legal interpreting.
Many universities in the USA only offer major foreign languages or traditionally established language courses, but have difficulty offering less commonly taught languages partly due to the financial obstacle. The National Association of Self-Instructional Language Programs (NASILP) has been helping many institutions to establish a language course without much financial burden of hiring a professor.
The National Committee for Latin and Greek (NCLG) is a non-Profit organization sponsored and funded by numerous state and national associations. It serves as a forum to identify nationwide needs and as a force for planning and implementing new strategies and programs. Its Classics Alert Network responds to both crises and opportunities in the Classics community. The NCLG also maintains a dialogue with its European counterparts.
The National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages (NCOLCTL)‘s mission is to increase the number of Americans who choose to learn one or more of the less commonly taught languages (LCTLs) as a means of enhancing cross-cultural communication among citizens of the United States. NCOLCTL’s work focuses on the less commonly taught languages which are becoming increasingly vital to the security, economic, social and political welfare of the United States.
The National Council of State Supervisors for Languages (NCSSFL) is an organization of education agency personnel from across the United States who have the responsibility of foreign/world language education at the state level.
The purpose of the National Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations (NFMLTA) is the expansion, promotion, and improvement of the teaching of languages, literatures, and cultures throughout the United States through a variety of activities including, but not limited to, publication of The Modern Language Journal.
National Foreign Language Center (NFLC)*
The National Foreign Language Center (NFLC) is dedicated to promoting a language-competent society by developing and disseminating information that informs policy makers. The mission of the NFLC is to improve the capacity of the U.S. to communicate in languages other than English.
The mission of the National Network for Early Language Learning (NNELL) is to provide leadership to advocate for and support successful early language learning and teaching. Founded in 1987, NNELL provides valuable resources for educators, parents, and policy makers.
The Nebraska International Languages Association (NILA) is a professional organization dedicated to the support and promotion of the teaching of languages in the state of Nebraska.
The Network of Business Language Educators (NOBLE) is part of the University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies. NOBLE works with educators and industry professionals on interdisciplinary initiatives that promote real-world connections in the classrooms and fosters innovative teaching and learning approaches that prepare students for the 21st century global workplace.
The New Mexico Organization of Language Educators (NM OLÉ) is a nonprofit professional association for language teachers in New Mexico, dedicated to promoting the effective teaching of all languages.
The New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers (NYSAFLT) was founded in 1917. Its purpose was, and remains, to serve the needs of the profession dedicated to the development of second language skills and cultural awareness among students.
The Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (NECTFL) serves educators in all languages (including classical, less commonly taught, and ESL), at all levels from kindergarten through university, in both public and private settings. In existence since the late 1940s, NECTFL is the largest of five regional associations of its kind in the United States, representing educators from Maine to Virginia but exercising leadership nation-wide.
The Ohio Foreign Language Association (OFLA) is committed to world language study beginning in the primary grades, so that every learner, from early childhood through adult, acquires a high level of communicative and intercultural competence.
The Pacific Northwest Council for Languages (PNCFL) advocates for the value of world languages as a core curriculum and supports language policies that reflect this ideal. In order to foster professional growth among language educators, PNCFL connects them at regional and national levels.
Since 1994 working as an independent language training consulting firm, Paradigm offers strategic solutions and best practices for corporations and professionals that wish to invest in internationalization and language acquisition.
Partners for Languages in the US (PLUS)—is an ambitious initiative designed to take language education in our nation to new levels of achievement, effectiveness, and efficiency. PLUS promises to build a national coalition of established and aspiring colleges and universities united by a common dedication to the highest standards of quality and accountability.
The Pennsylvania State Modern Language Association (PSMLA) is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to the teaching and learning of languages and cultures from kindergarten through university levels.
The Professional Language Association of Nevada (PLAN)‘s mission is to stimulate the interest of all peoples everywhere in the learning and preserving of skills in international languages, including the learning of English as a second/foreign language by working to foster discussion and interchange of ideas relative to the study of international languages, to recognize excellence in the study and teaching of international languages through participation in the activities of the Association, and to join with affiliate organizations at state, regional and national levels in advocating for the study of international languages.
Qatar Foundation International (QFI), LLC, is a U.S.-based member of Qatar Foundation (QF) whose mission is dedicated to connecting cultures and advancing global citizenship through education. QFI is committed to providing K-12 students in Qatar and the Americas the skills that will enable them to be engaged global citizens by placing young people from diverse social, economic, and cultural backgrounds into effective, collaborative and global learning environments —inside and outside the classroom.
The mission of the Rhode Island Foreign Language Association (RIFLA) is promoting and encouraging the teaching and study of foreign languages, literatures and cultures in the Rhode Island area.
Rockant, Inc. puts your translation processes on autopilot – from content management system to translator and back. You will produce your international documents at half the cost and twice the speed.
Rosetta Stone, Inc. is dedicated to changing people’s lives through the power of language and literacy education. The company’s innovative, personalized language and reading programs drive positive learning outcomes in thousands of schools, businesses, government organizations and for millions of individual learners around the world.
SCOLA is a non-profit educational organization. SCOLA receives and re-transmits foreign TV programming from around the world and provides other foreign language resources, language lessons, and learning material on this website.
South Asian Teachers Association (SALTA) is a professional organization of language educators at university, college and community level and is a registered body in New York University. The mission of this Association is to encourage a more effective cooperation among instructors and educators of South Asian languages, linguistics, and literature in institutions of higher studies, particularly colleges and universities in North America.
The South Carolina Foreign Language Teachers Association (SCFLTA) is dedicated to professional development for world language educators grades k-post graduate in South Carolina.
The mission of the Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) is the advancement of the study of modern and classical languages and their literatures and cultures at all levels of instruction.
The Southwest Conference on Language Teaching (SWCOLT) is a regional foreign language teachers’ organization that hosts an annual conference in partnership with state foreign language teacher associations. The participating states in SWCOLT are Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah.
The Tennessee Foreign Language Institute (TFLI), an agency of the State of Tennessee established in 1986, is dedicated to responsive service of the public sector, the business community and private citizens in realizing their intercultural communication goals.
The Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association (TFLTA) is an organization for all foreign language educators in the state of Tennessee whose aim is to promote and to advocate for foreign language education in the state, and to provide assistance and resources to those teaching foreign languages at all levels.
The mission of the Texas Foreign Language Association (TFLA) is to advance the study of languages other than English and their literatures and cultures through dissemination and publication of information and data; recognition of excellence in study and teaching; encouragement of program development and best teaching practices, including instructional technology; promotion of state organizations; and cooperation with regional, national, and international organizations also dedicated to the advancement of the study of languages other than English.
Transparent Language develops innovative technology and methods to enable faster and more reliable language learning for professionals in organizations with critical language requirements, and for anyone else intent on becoming more proficient in another language.
The Center for Global Engagement (CGE) facilitates international and cross-cultural experiences for students faculty, staff and the greater community in order to better integrate the University of North Georgia into the globalized world.
The mission of University of Utah International Student and Scholar Services is to support the academic, research, and community service mission of the University of Utah by providing opportunities for all students, faculty and staff to incorporate an international, cross-cultural and global dimension into their academic and professional lives.
In 2008, the Utah Senate passed the International Initiatives (Senate Bill 41), creating funding for Utah Dual Language Immersion programs in Chinese, French, and Spanish. In addition, then-Governor Jon Huntsman Jr. initiated the Governor’s Language Summit and the Governor’s World Language Council both with a goal to create a K-12 language roadmap for Utah. The program now includes DLI sequences in German and Portuguese. Utah Dual Language Immersion Program uses a fifty-fifty model, in which students spend half of their school day in the target language and the other half-day in English.
The UFLA exists to stimulate the interest of all people everywhere in the learning and preserving of skills in foreign languages, and all languages other than English, and to foster discussion and the interchange of ideas relative to the duties, responsibilities, and problems of teachers and students engaged in the study of foreign languages in order to aid and promote the advancement and mutual understanding of teachers and students.
Venga Global originated in the software industry, we use our twenty plus years’ experience globalizing information-based technology products to help our clients succeed internationally. Venga offers translation, localization, and global creative services to enable clients in any industry to reach new markets faster.
WeSpeke is a growing global social network for practicing languages, sharing cultures, and making connections. Whether for language learning, upcoming travel, career opportunities, or international friendships, WeSpeke is your digital communication bridge that crosses countries and cultural boundaries.
The West Virginia Foreign Language Teachers Association (WVFLTA) was founded in the late 1960’s, perhaps during the 1967-68 school year. Prior to that world language teachers in West Virginia had been meeting in separate language specific groups. The founders wanted to create an umbrella organization that would unite all teachers to promote the study of second languages in our state.
The Wisconsin Association For Language Teachers (WAFLT) is committed to the growth and expansion of language learning and teaching throughout the state of Wisconsin. In addition we offer numerous opportunities for professional development, grants and awards reaching out to language teachers at all levels of instruction.