You will love our travel abroad immersion experience!
Take your Spanish to a new level of fluency by living with a native family and studying Spanish one-on-one with your same video instructor. This is an opportunity of a lifetime to gain the functional level of fluency in Spanish that you have always wanted. SpeakSpanishLive.com supports Common Hope, where you can spend time building homes, teaching children, working the rich Guatemalan coffee fields or providing other skills and services needed to brighten the lives of many. In addition, you can climb active volcanoes, visit lost Mayan worlds or just relax in beautiful Antigua, Guatemala.
Make a difference!
The U.S. State Department estimates that 80% of the Guatemalan population lives in poverty. By participating in SpeakSpanishLive.com and becoming fluent in the Spanish language, you can make a difference in your own life by helping to save others.
What Students are saying...
“I am Steve Lareau, a 57 year old Certified Public Accountant from Apopka Florida. I have been visiting Central America for many years and have numerous times attended Spanish Schools under an emersion program for 1 or 2 weeks at a time. When I returned to the US I found that I failed to use what I had learned and so over the next year I forgot most of it. I began taking classes with SpeakSpanishLive in the hopes of refreshing my Spanish during the year. I look forward to my next trip to Guatemala for emersion school with my teacher and the continuing assistance via our internet classes. ” —Steve - Apopka, FL
“Travel Abroad Immersion-Our three teenagers stayed with Rosalinda and her family during a service and language study trip to Guatemala. Rosalinda and her family were welcoming and gave our children the opportunity to experience life in a traditional Guatemalan household. The home that Rosalinda shares with her family is very tranquil, safe, and well run. Our teenagers were well fed and felt right at home from the beginning of their stay. This is a unique experience for anyone who would like to see how differently and not so differently people from other cultures live.” —Lisa - WA