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As the demand for translators, interpreters, and language teachers, continues to increase in local and global markets, the need for linguists and professionals with cultural knowledge becomes critical.
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Seedtime Multilingual, Inc., is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. It was conceived by the founder, with the purpose of offering services to all language learners and language and culture enthusiasts. We endeavor to improve foreign language acquisition and cultural awareness in rural communities for all learners. An additional target focus is to increase the number of learners in African American communities.
- Expand Foreign language and cultural awareness courses in the Mississippi Gulf Coast regions.
- Extend Language and Culture continuing education through live on-line group classes to schools and businesses.
- Engage: Include American Sign Language, Arabic, English for Language Learners (ESL/ELL), French, Japanese, Mandarin, Spanish, Vietnamese
- Enrich: Provide customized online courses, for industry professionals in STEM, military, healthcare, and social service.
My name is Kiyomi Ogawa. I am a Japanese-language teacher and my husband is an American translator. We love languages and have published six Japanese textbooks. I’m very grateful for this opportunity to connect with Seedtime Multilingual.
I came to Delta State University as a Japan Outreach Initiative (JOI) Coordinator. JOI program is a two-year program, which aims to promote awareness and understanding of Japan by bringing volunteer Japanese coordinators to regions of the U.S.
Most are familiar with Mark Twain’s quote: “all that glitters is not gold.” “Mr. Ballou said I could go further than that, and lay it up among my treasures of knowledge, that nothing that glitters is gold. So, I learned then, once for all, that gold in its native...