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  1. Chi-Lingo is a new series featuring Chicagoans whose missions align with Multilingual Connections’ vision of connecting individuals to their communities and the world. We will highlight those doing good and feature their very own “Chi-Lingo” word or phrase they feel captures what they do, how they live, or the city as they know it. Jessica […]

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  2. For WorldChicago’s Youth & Professional Programs Manager, Maria Krasinski, Summer brings a unique group of international students from across the world eager to learn, grow, and thrive in Chicago through home stay programming. Throughout the year, WorldChicago works to build communication and respect between Chicgoans and professional leaders on their official trips to our fair […]

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  3. When I started my business in 2005, it was with the sole intention of offering English and Spanish training to improve communication in the workplace. When my clients began requesting translation services, I decided to offer them, first in Spanish and eventually in over 75 languages. By 2009, it was time to move the business […]

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  4. Chi-Lingo is a new series featuring Chicagoans whose missions align with Multilingual Connections’ vision of connecting individuals to their communities and the world. We will highlight those doing good and feature their very own “Chi-Lingo” word or phrase they feel captures what they do, how they live, or the city as they know it.  Liz […]

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  5. Each season, Multilingual Connections hosts a new schedule of weekly language classes in as many different languages as we can and this summer, things are no different. Our Weekly Classes for Adults kick-off on a rolling basis on May 27th for students of multiple learning levels– beginners, intermediate speaker, and advanced learners. This summer, we […]

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  6. Every year, Chicago takes to the streets for weekend street festivals in celebration of just about everything there is to celebrate (Chicagoans are very good at this!). Amidst the famous celebration of food, music, and art are some fantastic opportunities for language learner and culture vultures of all ages to make the Summer festival season […]

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  7. Chi-Lingo is a new series featuring Chicagoans whose missions align with Multilingual Connections’ vision of connecting individuals to their communities and the world. We will highlight those doing good and feature their very own “Chi-Lingo” word or phrase they feel captures what they do, how they live, or the city as they know it. We […]

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  8. We are pleased to introduce a wonderful international non-profit  to our language-learning community and all of Chicago. Slim Peace is an organization for women of all backgrounds to come together and become empowered through healthy-eating and lifestyle choices. What began as a peace circle for Israeli and Palestinian women to come together has evolved into […]

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  9. Bucktown, Chicago is a bustling hub for delicious eats, treats, and amazing boutiques. But the fun doesn’t stop there: each week, Multilingual Connections hosts three events for language-lovers of all ages in our bright and beautiful studio at 2518 W. Armitage Street. 1.) French Conversation Cafe  Mondays 5-7pm, Cost: FREE! Our weekly French Conversation Cafe is […]

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  10. You certainly have a lot of options when it comes to booking your Summer travel. Amidst this (very) late Winter weather we’ve been enduring in Chicago, it’s difficult to believe that Summer really is just right around the corner. This year, Spanish language-learners of all experience levels should consider taking a Summer trip that will […]

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Chi-Lingo with Travel Expert Jessica Ainlay

Chi-Lingo is a new series featuring Chicagoans whose missions align with Multilingual Connections’ vision of connecting individuals to their communities and the world. We will highlight those doing good and feature their very own “Chi-Lingo” word or phrase they feel captures what they do, how they live, or the city as they know it. Jessica […]

6 Questions with WorldChicago’s Maria Krasinski, Youth Programs Manager

For WorldChicago’s Youth & Professional Programs Manager, Maria Krasinski, Summer brings a unique group of international students from across the world eager to learn, grow, and thrive in Chicago through home stay programming. Throughout the year, WorldChicago works to build communication and respect between Chicgoans and professional leaders on their official trips to our fair […]

Important Update from Multilingual Kids

When I started my business in 2005, it was with the sole intention of offering English and Spanish training to improve communication in the workplace. When my clients began requesting translation services, I decided to offer them, first in Spanish and eventually in over 75 languages. By 2009, it was time to move the business […]

Chi-Lingo with Tales, Taverns, & Towns’ Liz Garibay

Chi-Lingo is a new series featuring Chicagoans whose missions align with Multilingual Connections’ vision of connecting individuals to their communities and the world. We will highlight those doing good and feature their very own “Chi-Lingo” word or phrase they feel captures what they do, how they live, or the city as they know it.  Liz […]

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