Venezuelan Institute for Culture and Cooperation starts new class period in Saint Lucia

On the occasion of the begening of the new period of activities of the Venezuelan Institute for Culture and Cooperation (IVCC); this Tuesday, the Venezuelan Embassy in Saint Lucia cordially invited all interested young people from Santa Clara to learn about Latin American culture and the Spanish language.

In this new stage of such an important Institute of great trajectory and recognition in the Caribbean, the classes will be taught in six simultaneous modules by specialized professors in the facilities of Castries High School, which, through an inter-institutional agreement with The Venezuelan Embassy, assigns its spaces for the young internal and foreign students who wish to prepare themselves in the Spanish language and in Latin culture, especially the Venezuelan.

During this phase, multiple activities will also be developed for young participants, such as the conversation club under the “After School” modality.

At the opening ceremony of the new period, chaired by the Venezuelan ambassador in Saint Lucia, Karla Fermín and the director of Castries High School, Marva Daniel; spoke about the current importance of the Spanish language, making it kown with motivational testimonies of students graduated from the IVCC who are currently performing with greater professional success, thanks to their mastery.

He also recalled that the Institute has been operating since 1982 and that it has graduated more than 1,107 students so far; It has three modalities for teaching Spanish: the first one aimed at high school students; the second to the general public and a third that favors ministers, personalities, religious and professionals.

Likewise, the director of Castries High School, Marva Daniel, thanked the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela for contributing to the integral formation of Santalucense students and indicated that both countries have many things to do together and a very important historical relationship that they should maintain.

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