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Tips to get subsidized courses to boost job prospects

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Some of inlingua Leipzig's favorite books for ESL teachers. (Photo: maeshelle west-davies)
Some of inlingua Leipzig's favorite textbooks. (Photo: maeshelle west-davies)

In this post, inlingua Leipzig gives you some pointers on how to make sure your German course is a) fully or partly paid for and b) directed towards your next career step. The tips also apply to other career advancement courses you might be interested in.

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Get real help: migrant advising in Leipzig

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“Migrating is heavy business. There’s a lot of uncertainty and stress and systems you don’t understand but have to grapple with. The first thing I teach people I’m mentoring is: always use all of your resources.”

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CoraSon Latino, Leipzig’s comunidad

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Tonight’s Noche Latina – organized by CoraSon Latino at Beyerhaus – is dedicated to all the victims of the terrible earthquake in Ecuador. A charity tombola with great prizes from Ecuador will be held, and any donations are more than welcome. All money collected during the night will go to the Red Cross in Ecuador…

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Blood marrow donor sought for local leukemia patient

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Colleagues of Martina Wende, gardener at the University of Leipzig’s Botanischen Garten, have sent out an appeal for people to register as blood marrow donors to try to save her life.

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Refugees Welcome: Local girls can use your help

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What would you do with unlimited time, but no money or mobility?

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Refugees Welcome: A Peperoncini for Christmas!

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Do you still need to give someone a Christmas gift, and want to help refugees with the legal costs of getting asylum in Germany?

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