Is 2013 the year you learn a new language? Maybe now is the time to turn your love of French into a benefit!
The Midtown-based Alliance Française d'Atlanta (AFA) is currently registering students for its Winter Session of French classes, starting on Jan. 14 and continuing through March 25.
Students will have three hours of classes per week for 10 weeks. AFA offers small group classes with very flexible schedule: day or evening classes, Saturday morning or weekdays classes. Students can start at any level: beginner, intermediate, intermediate advanced or advanced. Student who are not beginner can take an AFA free online test here.
There are French classes for all ages: adults, teenagers, children, toddlers and babies (AFA youngest students are 12 month old!). For private classes, students should contact the AFA educational director directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
New students can attend an AFA Open House and get a chance to meet AFA teachers and staff, learn about AFA language classes and cultural programs, take a half-hour beginner French demo class or take a placement evaluation to determine their French level. All participants will enjoy some light refreshments of delectable French wine and cheese.
The Midtown Open House is Jan. 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the AFA office at Colony Square, Suite 561. There will also be an Open House held at the Roswell office on Jan. 10. Call 404-875-1211 or email email@example.com for more information.
Alliance Française d'Atlanta is the French-American Cultural Center serving the Atlanta community as the premiere provider of French language and culture since 1912. AFA is a member-supported 501c3 and non-profit organization. The mission of AFA is to encourage the study of French language studies and to promote French culture representing France and 50 Francophone countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America.
AFA is committed to education and cultural outreach to communities within and around Atlanta and to fostering cross-cultural understanding.