Center for World Languages offers summer courses for heritage speakers.
IMAGE: Armenian Alphabet Monument (Photo: Nina Stoessinger on Flickr, cropped.) CC BY-SA 2.0
High school students who speak, understand or hear Armenian, Korean, Persian or Russian at home have an opportunity to improve their knowledge of their home language by participating in UCLA's intensive summer courses for heritage language learners. The classes, provided by the National Heritage Language Resource Center, offer students a fun and challenging way to learn to read, write, and expand their listening and speaking skills, and to meet other heritage speakers from the greater Los Angeles area. We accept all levels of heritage learners. Classes will be held from July 10 through August 3, Monday through Thursday, 9am to 2pm. The cost is $200.