Determination. Cultural Awareness. Perseverance. A language class helps you develop all these skills and more.
Take a look at these four ways taking a language class can benefit you and your career:
1. Add it to your resume
Language classes are not only fun, but also a great addition to your resume. You are working hard to improve your skills under the guidance of a knowledgeable teacher, and that should be recognized.
Add it to the education section of your resume, and as your language level increases, make sure to distinguish which levels you have completed as well! 🧐
2. Expand your network
Now that's a lot of potential clients and business contacts you could be communicating with. 🤔🗺️
3. Demonstrate self-improvement
Your language class demonstrates that you are committed to constantly learning and improving your skills, and you follow through.
Committing to a class takes discipline and dedication, and those are valuable and marketable attributes. 👨🏽🏫
4. It's impressive
By taking a language class in addition to your other commitments, you are not only demonstrating your amazing ability to juggle more than one project, but your openness to learn something new and diversify your skills and knowledge.
Your cultural awareness allows you to effectively communicate with any new client, making you an asset to any team. 🧑🏿💼👩🏽💼👨🏾💼👩🏼💼💼
In Conclusion: Learning a language is difficult, and by taking a class it shows that you can persevere and continue improving.
The abundance of skills you develop by taking a language class can be applied to your resume and professional skillset.
So, why wait? 👇🏾👇🏿👇🏼
Need help with your language skills? We have fun and interactive group classes and private classes, all with flexible times that fit your schedule. Check out our website or message us at email@example.com or WhatsApp +01-619-483-5874.
Noelle Ruta is an English and German teacher and coordinator for Amidon Studios. She previously taught German, English, French, and Italian at universities in the U.S. She holds a BA in German from Montclair State University. Originally from Long Island, New York, Noelle now lives in Dallas, Texas with her boyfriend and two cats.