Programs

  • This series of presentations will track the journey of one of these fellowship participants, by highlighting the following topics: Understanding the main concepts of Democracy in the United States, what is democracy, why it’s important and how to make it effective in our daily lives (conflict resolution, and negotiation skills).
  • All Spanish speakers and those who want to improve their Spanish speaking skills are highly welcome at our event.
  • Spooky time of the year to show your talent in pumpkin carving. Join us for a fun night and socialize! The hard-to-scare and the scared-y-cats are invited to attend a special craft program - Pumpkin Carving Contest to have a Halloween blast together!
  • If you want to have fun after school or work, socialize with your friends and learn special vocabulary by playing board games - THINK NO FURTHER!
  • Are you a student or adult looking for platforms to improve your entrepreneurial self? Are you ready to acquire skills that make you more comfortable in your present or future career? Join us for the series of self-development workshops each month!
  • For all ages and level of English. If you would like to improve your speaking skills and meet new people, join the club on Tuesday afternoons.
  • If your kids are interested in finding out more about the U.S. through games, nursery rhymes, songs and fun activities PLEASE REGISTER with debrecen@americancorner.hu until October 19, 2017.
  • All Spanish speakers and those who want to improve their Spanish speaking skills are highly welcome at our event.
  • Do you want to know what these tests look like? Come and join this introductory session on testing formats. These tests are part of the international admissions process to US higher education institutions.
  • Her parents came to the US as displaced persons following the Second World War, and she was raised in a family that cherished the Hungarian heritage, spoke Hungarian at home, and held the Hungarian culture in highest regard. Starting life in a very poor neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio, she learned to navigate the educational system, and realized the lessons and challenges to overcome to succeed in the American workplace