If you're reading this, you've made an admirable decision: to commit your time, your knowledge, and your heart to spreading communication, history, and connectivity throughout your community and beyond. Volunteering as a language and culture facilitator with the WLCP is enriching not only for the lives of the people who are interested in your language and culture, but for yourself as well.

Those talented educators who have been teaching in the WLCP can share that working in a nonformal environment is a real pleasure, that your rapport with students and the exchange of cultures is a revelatory experience. They can tell you how with a little time and patience, you'll be able to construct a fresh and engaging learning environment that will make a lasting impression and give people tools to pursue a more informed life. Before long, you'll see how fulfilling it is to teach a language and culture, and how it will feel less like teaching and more like a conversation.