NASK (North American Summer Course), William Peace University, Raleigh, North Carolina
NASK 2017 returns to William Peace University in Raleigh, North Carolina for the fourth time. Two outstanding foreign instructors have accepted the invitation to participate: Katalin Kovats (Hungary/Netherlands) will teach the Advanced Level, and her husband Sylvain Lelarge (Netherlands/France) will teach the Intermediate Level. They both taught when the classes were in Brattleboro, Vermont at the School for International Training in 2006. Lee Miller (USA) will teach the Post-beginners’ Level.
The Annual Congress of Esperanto-USA will take place immediately before NASK in the same location so that you can come for the Congress and stay for NASK. The congress dates are June 30-July3. Students for NASK will arrive on July4 and leave on July13. Lessons will take place from July 5-12. The evening of the arrival day, students will be able to watch the fireworks in the city center. (William Peace University is within walking distance, and the fireworks are visible from the campus).
During the 8 days of instruction, lessons will be in the morning, and there will also be different activities and programs in the afternoons and evenings: presentations, exploring the beautiful museums, shops and restaurants of the city, everything within walking distance of the campus.
Costs go up on March 1st!! You must sign up before June 12!!!
9-Day Program, from July 4th to July 13th, 2017
Arrive on the 4th of June
, and leave on the 13th of July
- for nine days of learning, fun, and various activities.
Participants will be housed in a dormitory nearby the classrooms. Two people will share a room - single rooms are available at a higher price. The university will provide pillows, sheets, blankets, and two small bath-towels. Free Wi-Fi will be available.
The university will provide all meals in the dining hall.
There are four ways to get to the university:
1. By air to the Raleigh-Durham Airport(RDU)
2. By train - Amtrak
3. By bus - Greyhound
4. By automobile (Parking is free at William Peace University)
A taxi from the airport to the university takes about 30 minutes and costs between $40 and $45 plus tip.
Stipends are available for full-time students and instructors. For information about stipends, contact Ellen M. Eddy,administrator,
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