How Nebraska Businesses Support the Seal of Biliteracy
Nebraska businesses are encouraged to consider the Seal of Biliteracy as a measurement for student achievement in language learning and proficiency. Businesses may show their support for world language learning and biliteracy by signing on to the Nebraska Seal of Biliteracy Letter of Support and by posting the “We Support the Nebraska Seal of Biliteracy” message. To request a personalized business post, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Business and Industry Support the Nebraska Seal of Biliteracy
Social Media Posts
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- NSOB Social Media Post: Facebook
- NSOB Social Media Post: Instagram
- NSOB Social Media Post: LinkedIn
- NSOB Social Media Post: Snapchat
- NSOB Social Media Post: Twitter
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Letter of Support
Support the Nebraska Seal of Biliteracy by sending a letter of support to firstname.lastname@example.org to express in which of the following aspect(s) your business is going to support the seal and request your business be added to the list of Community Support for the Seal of Biliteracy.
Bilingualism in the Workforce
Making Languages Our Business: Addressing Foreign Language Demand Among U.S. Employers
This report was commissioned by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) and its Lead with Languages campaign, with the support of Pearson LLC and Language Testing International. Seven actional recommendations for U.S. businesses are shared so that employers may fully leverage their employees’ language assets.
Not Lost in Translation: The Growing Importance of Foreign Language Skills in the U.S. Job Market
The New American Economy Research Fund completed an in-depth report on the role of bilingualism in the job market. Findings indicate a high need for bilingual workers in all areas of the economy and in many languages other than English. Specific case studies share individual stories of businesses that found ways to grow their business through bilingual outreach.