Our first classroom session in Hawaii!

Our first school session of the academic year 2019-2020, with our Conversation Partner (CP) Tarek, was held in none other than… HAWAII!

It is said that the island is named after the legendary hero ‘Hawaiʻiloa’ from Hawaiian myths. Others speculate that the name derives from the Proto-Polynesian word ‘Sawaiki‘ to mean ‘homeland‘.

As we move into the new school year, authentic conversations around refugee issues and immigration are more important than ever. This year, we invite you to bring refugee voices directly into your classrooms with virtual programs from NaTakallam!

Are you a teacher, school, student or parent that would like to bring a one-of-a-kind experience to classrooms?

Thanks to partnerships with Qatar Foundation International, Georgetown University, and the University of Pennsylvania, full and partial scholarships are available for all programs led by a Conversation Partner (CP) from the Middle East!

AND we are offering a special $100 off sessions with our displaced Latin American Conversation Partners with the promotional code “hablamos” when you fill out the registration form.

Click here to read more on our NaTakallam classroom sessions!

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