Free Personal Assessment Day on Zoom: French, German, Italian and Spanish

If you would like to enroll in a language class but are not sure about the right level for you, come and discover what level and type of language class works best for you with a virtual assessment on Zoom. Meet and greet our instructors, test out our course material, and get to know other students!



Start Date

June 9, 2020









Tuesday, June 9, 6-8pm

This assessment will meet online using Zoom. The zoom link and information on how to join will be emailed to you.

All students registered will receive a Zoom Invitation to their emails on June 9, before 6pm.

Instructors: Jose Lopez Espinosa, Agustin Romero, Melanie Huguet, Neha Coureil


Jose Lopez Espinosa

Spanish teacher Jose L Lopez Espinosa received his M.A in Spanish Literature and Linguistics from Ohio University in 2004. Mr. Lopez taught in Mexico to both High School and College level to American students completing one or two semesters abroad. Jose also taught ESL in Mexico to students of low income families from 2009 to 2013 as well as High School here in the USA. Jose joined CCAE on and off since 2007.

Agustin Romero

Agustin graduated from the Superior Normal School of Yucatan in Mexico in the area of education, is a Spanish teacher with experience of more than 10 years teaching the language in Mexico in the levels of Secondary, High School and academies for adults and in the United States where he has served in CCAE and also supports secondary students, business people and others, providing tutoring services.

Melanie Huguet

Native Speaker

Neha Coureil

Neha Coureil was born and raised in India. She started learning French at 13 and went on to do a Masters in French from Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi. After teaching at the Alliance Française de Bombay for a few years she entered the corporate world of French multinational companies. Subsequently, an MBA from the HEC School of Business in Paris proved to be the steppingstone to an international career in Europe and Asia. She moved to the United States in 2007 with her husband and has since been involved with non profit organizations in New England. Joining CCAE as an instructor has allowed her to combine her love for the French language, movies and teaching!