Siena Graduate Honored at Annual Maddalone Wall of Success Induction Celebration

20151119_172140Nancy A Scarselletta was honored on November 19th when her school, The Language Learning Institute’s logo, was added to the Maddalone Wall of Success in the Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship located in Siena Hall of Siena College.

The Maddalone Wall of Success is designed to recognize the entrepreneurial success of Siena alumni and inspire current students. This wall, located in the Stack Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, is at the heart of an interdisciplinary program focused on business creation from idea development through commercialization. The Center’s primary focus is faculty and student engagement through startup business opportunities. The Center also focuses on outside innovative ideas that can engage student interest and learning.

The Language Learning Institute, LLC was founded in 2003 by Nancy A Scarselletta. Her language school offers programs in French, Spanish, Italian, and Mandarin Chinese for children and adults. In addition to classes, The Language Learning Institute offers linguistic events and cultural experiences such as Language Tables, The World Tour of Food and Wine, Tombola Game Night, and Calligraphy to name a few. The Language Learning Institute also has a Financial Needs Fund which is set up to help defray the cost of tuition for those in need of assistance. For more information visit the website, www.LanguageLearningInstitute.com, or call Ms Scarselletta at 518-346-7096

What Our Students Are Saying

“I wanted to thank you for these classes. When you told Jennifer and I we were your first post-COVID students, I wanted to tell you that these classes have been a source of great joy and comfort for me in a really weird hard time and I am so grateful for you and them. It has given me something really interesting and fun to focus on and divert any feelings of life uncertainty as it takes real focus and work. But it is also super fun too and a life goal to learn another language.”

— Tara

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