ROCKLAND, Maine — Eleonora Mella, who holds a masters in Foreign Languages, German and English, from the University of Padova, in Italy, is one of 18 local people teaching courses in seven languages at Penobscot School during its Spring Semester which began January 28.
Ms. Mella teaches 4 levels of her native language at the Rockland-based non-profit school and cultural center. Places are still open in beginning-level Italian, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and Spanish. New courses in beginning-level Russian and French start in March and April.
Classes are offered in daytime, evening and weekend formats. One-on-one courses with the School’s battery of native-speaking instructors may be arranged. Maine teachers enrolled in Penobscot School courses may apply for Continuing Ed. credits. FINANCIAL AID and payment plans are available for all courses.
Opportunities to learn a new language in 2013 abound at Penobscot School. For a list of upcoming courses and events, visit www.penobscot.us. For more info, or to inquire about offering a course, please call Patti at 207.594.1084. The School is located at 28 Gay Street in Rockland.
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