EC Guest Lecture Series – All About Hawaii!

by Tiare Niland Where will your English studies take you? As a current EC Boston intern teacher from Hawaii, I’d like to share about my state’s unique culture with you! There will be an upcoming EC Guest Lecture on Wednesday, February 27th 2016 in room 612 during the lunch at 11:50am! It’s free for all … Read more

AY Lecture Series: Harvard University by Jennifer Lacano

Yesterday, students at EC Boston had the pleasure of attending a lecture by EC Boston’s very own Academic Year Coordinator, Jennifer Lacano. The presentation, which was part of EC Boston’s AY Lecture Series, was about Jennifer’s alma mater, Harvard University. The presentation opened with a brief introduction to Harvard which included basic facts about the … Read more

Tips for Becoming a Better English Reader

How do you feel about reading in English? Are you scared and nervous? Does it take you a very long time to finish reading something? Here are some tips for you to help you become a better reader in the English Language! Reading in your native language and reading in English should not be very … Read more

Discovering The Many Neighborhoods of Boston – Fenway/Kenmore

Fenway is famous for being the home  of Fenway Park (where the Boston Red Sox play), the famous Citgo sign, Museum of Fine Arts, The Landmark Center, and Kenmore Square. This area of the city is named after the Fenway, a main thoroughfare laid out by Frederick Law Olmsted. This area is also home to many of Boston’s universities such … Read more

Nichols College Information Session

On Tuesday, September 15 a representative from Nichols College will visit EC Boston to answer questions about the college, and business schools and American colleges in general.  Students can learn English and get practice listening while they ask questions about American business schools!  Nichols College is a business-focused college that offers traditional and accelerated MBAs, … Read more

April Lecture Series — Tango!

EC Boston’s monthly Lecture Series is designed to expose students to regular American life outside the school.  For each lecture, Bostonians come in and talk about their lives, their jobs, or something they’re passionate about.  These speakers are interesting people but they’re NOT teachers, so students will be challenged by real English spoken at a … Read more