LingoHut A Global Humanitarian Language-Learning Project
Founded in 2012, a couple set out to help others who struggled to communicate effectively due to language barriers.
Kendal and Philipp decided to put their skills to use. Philipp, a computer engineer, and Kendal, an elementary school teacher, single-handedly donated their time and savings to this humanitarian language-learning Initiative.
They developed a free language-learning resource to help anyone needing to communicate in a non-native language. They created a welcoming and inclusive environment where people from all backgrounds could come and learn a language for free and anonymously.
Their users range from immigrants to refugees, shopkeepers, and students. Their purpose is to empower them to find jobs and opportunities to better integrate into their new culture through communication.
Kendal, a refugee herself, understands the importance of language and its power to assimilate into a new culture.
As evidenced by the global need, English teachers worldwide use LingoHut as a resource to help their students improve their English pronunciation.
The LingoHut platform helps people who speak any of the 60+ languages they present and teaches 50 of the most spoken global languages.
How to become an ambassador for LingoHut? It is simple. Share it with your community. Philipp and Kendal thank you for your support and for sharing the gift of communication.
Contact us. We love to hear your story and your success with language learning.