Where American and French Cultures Part Ways
Having a meal, going on a date, listening to music, spending time with family, decorating a home, having friends over—all part of everyday life on either side of the Atlantic. Learn how some of these aspects of French life differ from the way Americans view them in our culture. Learn new French vocabulary and how to navigate these everyday moments while in France. Improve your communication by understanding the French culture better.
Our worldly and delightful AFO member Sam Tepanossian returns to our classroom this summer to explore how some aspects of French life differ from the way Americans view them in our culture. Learn new French vocabulary and how to navigate these everyday moments while in France.
When: Wednesday, June 12th at 6:30 p.m.
Location: Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health, Room TBA
Requirements - Must have taken French classes and know some French
Materials - None required
Meet Samuel Tepanossian
A French-Armenian, Samuel moved to Omaha in the summer of 2017. He received his MBA from ICHEC, and before that was a graduate of Haute École de Lucia de Broukère, where he received a BA in Public relations. Samuel began his career in Brussels, where he specialized in Team Management and Human Resources at the European Institutions, eventually leading to a prominent position at Procter & Gamble where he later became a Brand Ambassador. In 2012 Samuel had the opportunity to move and live in the US. He worked in New York City for a home décor company as an e-Commerce Business Development Manager. Living in different countries has taught Samuel to enjoy meeting new people, trying new cuisines and exploring new cities.