With over 50 years of experience teaching Spanish, Quechua, and Aymara to over 13,000 students from around the world, our Language Program (previously known as the Maryknoll Language Institute) offers a team of expert Bolivian teachers with extensive experience and dynamic, creative teaching methods. Every member of our teaching staff has been personally trained in the use and philosophy of the Communicative Approach to language learning, and participates in ongoing formation here at the Maryknoll Mission Center. You will enjoy getting to know our friendly and supportive profesores as they help you to communicate with the people of Latin America.

Co-author of our beginner’s Spanish textbook, A Vivir el Español… desde Bolivia. Kitty has over twenty-six years of experience teaching Spanish at the world-renowned Maryknoll Language Institute, today known as the Language Program of the Maryknol Mission Center in Latin America (CMMAL).
“You will learn more than just a language with us – come to Bolivia!”

Kitty Schmidt

Program Coordinator and Spanish teacher

Licentiate, Linguistics Applied to Language Teaching, Universidad Mayor de San Simón.
Professor of Quechua at Universidad Mayor de San Simón.
Viviana hails from Oruro – a city with a cold climate, but warm, kind people.
She has sixteen years of experience teaching Quechua and Spanish.
“We invite you to the Maryknoll Mission Center (CMMAL) for an unforgettable experience living the culture, and full immersion in a new language. ¡Jamuriy! ¡Ven, te esperamos!

Viviana Flores

Teacher, Spanish and Quechua

Licentiate, Linguistics Applied to Language Teaching, Universidad Mayor de San Simón Additional studies, Linguistics and Languages with concentration in native languages, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. Adjunct professor at Institute for Andean Cultural Studies (IDECA-PERU): An Introduction to the Aymara Language, and Cosmovision and Aymara and Quechua Languages. Osvaldo is from La Paz and frequently leades student trips there. He has sixteen years of experience teaching Aymara and Spanish as a second language.
“Come, and together let us open a window to the world of Spanish.”

Osvaldo Mamani

Teacher, Spanish and Aymara

Licentiate, Linguistics Applied to Language Teaching, Universidad Mayor de San Simon Post-graduate certificate in Higher Education MA, Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language, European University of the Atlantic [spacer size=”5″] Adjunct professor and Coordinator, Quechua Indigenous University, Bolivia. [spacer size=”5″]Karla is from Potosí, she has over ten years of experience teaching Spanish. She experienced overseas mission in UK, and worked as a Spanish Foreign Language Assistant in France.
“Join us – I invite you to become a part of our big family!”

Karla Rojas

Teacher, Spanish and Quechua

Licentiate, Linguistics Applied to Language Teaching, Universidad Mayor de San Simon MA, Linguistics Applied to Spanish Teaching as a Foreign Language, Universidad de Jaen – España Julia is from Cochabamba, she has 12 years of experience teaching Spanish
“Come and enjoy a rich cultural and formative experience!”

Julia Michel Bernal

Teacher, Spanish

Licentiate, Linguistics and Languages with concentration in native languages, Universidad Mayor de San Andres MA, Academic Education, Universidad Mayor de San Simon.
Oscar is from La Paz, he has sixteen years of experience.
“Si aprendes el idioma español, tendrás el mundo en tus manos. ¡Ven pronto! ¡Apúrate!”

Oscar Rosas

Teacher, Spanish

Licentiate, Legal and Political Sciences, Universidad Mayor de San Simon. Completed five-year program, Linguistics Applied to Language Teaching, Universidad Mayor de San Simon. Ana Virginia is from La Paz, she has 22 years of experience teaching Spanish.
“ We never stop learning.”

Ana Virginia Muñoz Bracamonte

Teacher, Spanish

Licentiate, Communications, Universidad Mayor de San Simon. Liliana is from Cochabamba. She has twelve years of experience teaching languages.
“Welcome to Latin America!”

Liliana Denisse Gonzales Ayala

Teacher, Spanish

Completed five-year program, Linguistics Applied to Language Teaching, Universidad Mayor de San Simon Sara is from Cochabamba, she has sixteen years of experience teaching Spanish and Quechua as a second language.
“Learn Spanish with us Genuine Spanish conversations and materials”

Sara Vargas

Teacher, Spanish

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