A wise person spends his/her money when it is necessary and useful. Learning centers are places you can study or practice a certain subject with an instructor for an affordable cost. I personally tried English and Programming courses in different Learning Centers, and pretty happy about it. If you are going to stay in Boston for more than 4 months, there is no reason for you not to invest your time (and a small amount of money) to a course of your interest. Courses are usually 5 to 9 week programs, and can meet 1 to 3 times a week depending on the subject. Let's hear Inna's story:
"My friend Inna, from Russia, came to Boston 4 months ago. She is 24 years old, and will be in Boston for another 6 months. She is very interested in learning Spanish. Inna comes to my website, and checks out the Learning Centers in her neighborhood. Wow! She finds a beginner level Spanish course for $200 which will last 8 weeks. She can also see other details such as the instructor bio, required material, class time and locations. She knows that, she will not only practice Spanish, but also English with her new classmates. She checks google maps to learn how to get there with public transportation. Then, Inna starts learning Spanish in class twice a week while she continues her studies in Boston. She is happy that everything was so easy. She just spent 30 minutes on the web to find out all the information."
What kind of classes do you expect to find on Learning Centers?
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There is usually a learning center in each town. The institutions are called "Adult Education Centers". I hope you can find a class that you would enjoy in one of these locations.