Culture and Community is back with some very special summer themes.
Read better: Think better.
How many times have you been drawn in by a headline? Did you click on an article only to find that its message was not at all what you thought? In this week's session of Culture and Community we'll explore how to identify, read through, and even create "Click-Bait".
Through attending the Culture and Community English class, you will improve your English language proficiency in all areas including reading and writing, gain more practice using English, learn more about American culture and engage with many interesting and contemporary topics.
Culture and Community is open to all participants who are 16 years of age or older and is designed for those at an intermediate level or higher. This is first come – first seated and the doors are closed after 16:45.
Please remember to bring your passport or driver’s license.
Жінка може бути ніжною, наполегливою, сентиментальною чи незламною, адже в неї є на це право. Право бути собою та мати рівні можливості з іншими не залежно від статі. Право бути ким хоче, отримувати гідну зарплатню, приймати рішення, бути рівноправною частиною суспільства.
Has anyone ever asked you about your spirit animal? What types of animals were native to Ukraine but are no longer here? These questions and many more will be featuring during our speaking club this week. See you later alligator!
How to move from a small team with a bright idea into an effective and fast-growing business? Join eō’s open workshop on incorporating KPIs and metrics with Vlad Tislenko to plan your business growth and be on the top of your next actions.
We are hosting another one of our super fun and engaging scavenger hunts! For those of you who are new to this, Scavenger Hunts are quest games, where the facilitator provides you with a list of things that you have to find and photograph. August 31st we'll have special guest facilitators to lead in an exciting journey of discovery.