In celebration of ILI’s 30 years, Alexis Johnson was interviewed by Connecting Point‘s host, Jim Madigan and talks about the great work that ILI does in Northampton. Alexis’ interview starts at minute 9:20.
ILI and Paul Smith’s College signed a Memorandum of Agreement yesterday making a total of 10 member institutions of higher learning in the University Pathways Program. Qualified students finishing ILIs intensive English Program are granted conditional admission to the school and are exempt from taking the TOEFL test. In addition, both schools will promote each other when recruiting international students. [Read more...]
Michelle Kowalsky, Director of International Admissions at Western New England University, talked to international students in the Intensive English Program about the WNE university admissions process. [Read more...]
ILI is featured in this weeks Business West publication! A great article about the ILI, its guiding philosophy and its evolution over the last 30 years in Northampton.
In 1984, Alexis Johnson was a language teacher without a job. But she didn’t lack for vision or passion. Read more
ILI invites you to join us for a special showing of the film: CROSSING BORDERS
“Crossing Borders” is a seventy minute documentary that follows four Moroccan and four American university students as they travel together through Morocco and, in the process of discovering “The Other” discover themselves.
Wednesday, December 10
FREE ADMISSION (Valley Gives donations gratefully accepted)
At the PARLOR ROOM, 32 Masonic Street, Northampton (next to the Woodstar Café)
All Valley Gives Day donations gratefully accepted and go directly to support our Free English Program for area refugees and immigrants.
ILI’s own co–founder and Executive Director, Alexis Johnson, celebrates the launch of her book of memoirs on November 12, 2014 at 7PM at Broadside Books on Main Street Northampton. Alexis’ book, Playing with a Full Deck, is a delightfully wise and witty walk through life that strings pearls of wisdom with a rowdy sense of humor.
ILI celebrated 30 years of teaching languages and training teachers at the Look Park Garden House. Mayor David Narkewicz presented a proclamation acknowledging the importance of language learning in fostering intercultural understanding. [Read more...]