Santa Clara

Plan on working overseas, traveling, or connecting with friends and family abroad?
Take the first step: enroll in a language course in Santa Clara.
Opportunities abound in Santa Clara and beyond for those who can keep up with today's multilingual world. 
How will you keep up?

Santa Clara was established in 1777 as one of the 21 different missions that stretched across the state of California. Quickly the area transformed into a key player in the national and global markets. Today Santa Clara is home to several multi-national, high-tech companies like Intel, McAfee, and Chegg. With more and more companies calling the town home, the need for employees with foreign language abilities is at an all-time high. In order to meet this demand, you can begin learning a new language today with the help of a qualified, native speaking teacher at Language Trainers. The classes and lessons all move at the pace that you are the most comfortable with. Try our free online language tests to test your foreign language abilities, or you can get started by contacting us about a custom-made learning plan.

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Interesting Language Facts


Over 50% of company recruiters look for language skills on potential employee's resumes.

The US has no official language.

One quarter of the world's population has some knowledge of the English language.
154630
people have taken
our level tests.
21
language teachers in Santa Clara
are already registered with Language Trainers.

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Our clients from Santa Clara include:


3M

Bredero Shaw

UK Tax Free Refund Ltd

VitasheetGroup

Client testimonials

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”I would definitely recommend this to anyone I know who is looking to learn a new language!!”

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”Our lessons have far exceeded my expectations and our teacher has been a delight and an engaging and extraordinarily effective instructor. As teachers ourselves, we recognize her to be a gifted colleague.”

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