Modesto, CA, January 02, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Community Business College is offering its language learning classes at a discount for those people who are making a New Year’s resolution to improve themselves in 2013.
Coming in just after losing weight, reducing debt and getting rid of bad habits, “learning a new skill” or a new language has been found in the top 10 New Year’s resolutions lists all the way from ABC News to the United Kingdom’s newspaper surveys.
This language class offers the choice of 19 different languages from which to choose and can now be taken online and through mobile devices with a downloadable app. The college is now offering a discount of $22 off its regular $48 tuition for the 3-month program.
Located in California’s Central Valley, Community Business College offers a wide variety of "lifelong learning" courses to its students and to those who are interested in learning new skills. The school initially began its world languages study programs to assist its vocational students in looking for jobs that require bilingual skills.
The program has expanded to include all those who wish to become more familiar with other cultures and languages. Even Wikipedia now lists improving skills as one of the most popular New Year’s Resolutions.
Learn a new language has been shown to not only improve cultural awareness but to assist in the learner’s mental acuity and memory skills.
To obtain the New Year’s discount and start learning a language, students will need to type in the promo code “Resolution” upon checkout at the college’s school store website, http://www.cbcwebcollege.com/shopcart.
Languages available on this platform include Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, English (English as a Second Language), Filipino (Tagalog), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Persian (Farsi), Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish and Vietnamese.
About Community Business College
Community Business College’s mission is to help adult learning and helps unemployed adults, veterans, military spouses and those interested in building on their skills. The school is accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating and is approved for Work Investment Act, MyCAA and vocational rehabilitation career training scholarships.
Community Business College does not participate in federal student loan programs which have reputations for putting students into a lifetime burden of student loan debt. The school’s programs are funded by scholarships which in most cases, leads to no-cost employment training for its students.
The college has been awarded for its excellence with the Better Business Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics, “Military Friendly School” designations, and “School of Distinction” awards for its unique community services and military spouse and veteran training programs.
To learn more, contact the Community Business College admissions office at (209) 529-3648 or visit the school’s website at http://www.cbcwebcollege.com.