Welcome to Wisconsin’s largest city, and the North’s mecca for the eco-friendly and environmentally conscious. Milwaukee is a metropolis brimming with innovation and progress. And with 16% of the city’s residents speaking a foreign language, opportunities for the bi- and multilingual abound.
Don’t let opportunity pass you by. Learn a foreign language and broaden your scope of opportunity, both in Milwaukee and abroad. Meet a native, qualified tutor in your area, ready to create a personalized course program tailor-made just for you. Ready to get started? Take a free, online language level test. Then, contact us to take your first steps towards fluency!
70% of job recruiters view bilingualism as an extremely impressive quality in job candidates.
There are about 225 indigenous languages in Europe.
The US has no official language.
Switch between face-to-face and online classes with a hybrid course!
Continue your language development and learn with your same teacher online
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Some of our Language Teachers in Milwaukee
Chih-Yen is a native Chinese speaker who has taught in schools and colleges for over 10 years. He received his Master's in English from the University of Northern Iowa. In addition, Chih-Yen has taught English to students in Tawian and currently teaches English at a public school in Wisconsin.
Darin is an English teacher whose career has taken him throughout the US and Asia, including China and South Korea. Thus, he is experienced in teaching students of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. He is especially experienced in giving online classes via Skype.
Milwaukee's twin city is: Bialystok, Poland
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Our clients from Milwaukee include:
CEA Technologies, Inc.
Standard Chartered Bank
Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”The first lesson went really well and I have high expectations from Jaya.”English course in Milwaukee
”The English lessons are going well! Jaya is very good and she focuses on the topics where we need more training.”English course in Milwaukee, Johnson Controls