Since opening its doors in 1998, Language Stars has introduced more than 30,000 children to foreign languages with small-group classes and full-immersion activities. Through a selective process, Language Stars recruits ambitious teachers from more than 20 countries who share a common goal of revolutionizing how and when American children learn foreign languages. Parents and Tots Classes are available for children between 1–3 years old, and Kids Only classes are available for children 3–5, 5–8 and 8–10 years old. Absorbent little minds soak up Spanish, Mandarin, French, German, or Arabic with the help of their FunImmersion approach, learning naturally through games, songs, activities and art projects to help kids finally understand their foreign-exchange imaginary friends.
For more than 75 years, American Flyers has prepared aspiring aviators for both professional and recreational flight. The school, which is based out of DuPage Airport, offers a wide array of services ranging from introductory learn to fly experiences to full courses that help students earn their private pilot's license. If students should choose to make a living piloting aircraft or riding bald eagles, they can also collect all the certifications they'll need to pursue a career.
Take a trip to Daniel Levitin – "Your Brain on Music" or New Philharmonic - Bach to Bock in Glen Ellyn and make your next meal a good one.
What can you eat at Daniel Levitin – "Your Brain on Music" or New Philharmonic - Bach to Bock if you're gluten-free? Plenty. Come on in for some tasty meals.
Give the restaurant a call to reserve your table ahead of time.
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Leo Passage came to the United States in 1958, traveling with his wife Lenie and pair of shears. Leo was a rising star in the European hairdressing world, and had already gained noticed for his cuts that were a little more creative than most. He drew inspiration from the Bahaus principles of art and design as a starting point for his hair styles. His creative approach to personal style won him 95 hair dressing competitions and the title of World Supreme Champion and Hairdresser of the Year at New York's famed International Beauty Show in 1961. A year later, Leo decided to pass on his knowledge to a new generation of hairdressers, and founded the first Pivot Point Academy on the north side of Chicago.
Now, more than 50 years after its founding, Pivot Point's schools still embrace Leo's creative vision. Instructors arm students with top notch hair cutting and aesthetic skills, as well as an impeccable eye of style. The schools invite clients to come experience just how talented their students are with services such as haircuts, manicures, and pedicures, the cure for a listless foot.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We offer quality training for CNA, Phlebotomy, EKG, PCT training with a very high passing rate for our students.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
Students need to bring/purchase their own supplies such as:
scrubs, stethoscope, bp cuff, gait belt...etc.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Owner is a career registered nurse who has a passion for teaching and dedicated to help others that are interested in entering the field of healthcare.
What do you love most about your job?
Being able to help students succeed in obtaining their certifications to become marketable in the field of healthcare.
Working from internationally accepted CIDESCO curricula, The New Age Spa Institute pupils learn the fine arts of aesthetics, massage therapy, professional makeup applications. Nail services include design, artificial and gel nails, tips, wraps, fill-ins, shaping, and polishing. Experienced instructors closely supervise senior students in the onsite clinic as they apply noncomodogenic Bioelements products during aesthetic services, which include microdermabrasion, waxing, oil body wraps, and facials. The students hone their makeup, massage, and nail-tech skills in a 3,200-square-foot facility that includes a full spa, a wet room with a Vichy shower, and a scale model of Mount Rushmore that students practice slathering with moisturizing SPF.