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Agtech Boom in St. Louis Opens Fields of Opportunities

August 7th, 2018

Last fall, the St. Louis Hispanic Chamber of Commerce invited local businesses to share ideas for how to build connections with agricultural communities in Argentina. The invitation came on the cusp of a weeklong trip organized by St. Louis’ World Trade Center, in which a delegation of local business leaders traveled to the Argentinian cities…


6 Reasons to Learn a Foreign Language

January 21st, 2018

Every December, our Brunetti Language School sees an uptick in phone calls and emails from prospective language learners who want to learn or renew their studies of a foreign language. Why? Because the New Year is right around the corner, and that means one thing: Resolution. Do you have a New Year’s resolution? Or do…


The Future of Translation: American Translators Association Annual Conference Serves Enticing Smorgasbord

November 27th, 2017

  You belong. That was the message for the 58th annual gathering of translators and interpreters under the umbrella of the American Translators Association (ATA) for their annual conference, held in Washington D.C. Oct. 25-28. The American Translators Association is currently the largest US-based group supporting translation and interpreting professionals, with more than 10,000 members…


Small Fish, Big Pond: ILC’s Staying Power in a Corporate World

July 24th, 2017

Customer service. Customization. Consistency. These three “Cs” are gaining traction as hallmarks of the International Language Center, a language service provider and small business in the Midwest with an increasingly global reach. As the presence of Fortune 500 companies declines in St. Louis and more Americans head to work for large companies than smaller companies,…


Life Skills: Unique Ways St. Louis Reaches Out to Refugees

July 10th, 2017

Last summer, St. Louis’ refugee community was shaken when two Liberian teens, Henry Manu (18) and Samuel Neal (17) drowned in the Meramec River.  The teens had gone swimming at Castlewood State Park, in an area where swimming risk signs were posted. Neither knew how to swim.  Manu was an incoming senior at Lutheran South…

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