New Partnership with the German International School Boston

  • Signing of Memorandum of Understanding P
    Goethe-Institut Secretary-General Johannes Ebert and GISB board president Dr. Stefan G. Tullius sign the Memorandum of Unterstanding as German Minister of State Michelle Müntefering looks on.
  • The Memorandum of Understanding signed, the GI Boston and GISB enter into a partnership that GISB students, staff and parents as well as GI students will profit from. Photo: Shirin Adhami
    The Memorandum of Understanding signed, the GI Boston and GISB enter into a partnership that GISB students, staff and parents as well as GI students will profit from.
  • From L to R: GI Secretary General Johannes Ebert, GISB Board President Stefan Tullius, German Secretary of State Michelle Müntefering, Goethe-Institut Director Marina May, GISB Director Holger Wirtz   Photo: Shirin Adhami
    From L to R: GI Secretary General Johannes Ebert, GISB Board President Stefan Tullius, German Secretary of State Michelle Müntefering, Goethe-Institut Director Marina May, GISB Director Holger Wirtz
  • Johannes Ebert, Marina May, Goethe-Institut USA Director Andreas Stroehl, Michelle Müntefering Photo: Shirin Adhami
    Johannes Ebert, Marina May, Goethe-Institut USA Director Andreas Stroehl, Michelle Müntefering
  • Andreas Stroehl, Goethe-Institut Language Department Diretor Steffen Kaupp, Holger Wirtz, Marina May, Stefan Tullius, Johannes Ebert Photo: Shirin Adhami
    Andreas Stroehl, Goethe-Institut Language Department Diretor Steffen Kaupp, Holger Wirtz, Marina May, Stefan Tullius, Johannes Ebert
  • The Wunderbar Together WanderbUS visits GISB. Photo: Shirin Adhami
    The Wunderbar Together WanderbUS visits GISB.
  • Inside the WanderbUS... Photo: Shirin Adhami
    Inside the WanderbUS...
  • Students from the GISB test their knowledge of German and Germany with Secretary of State Michelle Müntefering. Photo: Shirin Adhami
    Students from the GISB test their knowledge of German and Germany with Secretary of State Michelle Müntefering.

The Goethe-Institut and German International School Boston sign a Memorandum of Understanding

As Goethe-Institut language learners know, our courses have been held at German International School Boston for almost two years now. The school welcomed us with open arms for which we are very grateful. During these two years we have had the opportunity to get to know each other better, to identify synergies and to develop common ideas. When we move back into our institute at the beginning of next year, we want to continue building our budding partnership. For this reason, the Goethe-Institut Boston and the German International School Boston signed a Memorandum of Understanding last Friday under the patronage of German Minister of State Michelle Müntefering. The MoU not only states that we will continue offering German courses at the German School, but also that we will intensify our cooperation to include more content. The Goethe-Institut will offer both in-service training for teachers and tailor-made courses for parents and the school community. Visit our website at the beginning of December for details!