When I first stepped into the doors of the American Institute for English Proficiency, I felt nervous.  It was even more nerve-wracking when I saw that I would have classmates who are foreigners.  After a week or two,  AIEP, I must say, has become my second home.  I am so comfortable there now.  It’s where I learned a lot of things from writing to speaking, from thinking critically and debating.  This institute has not only taught me how to speak English better, but also values in life that I will be able to use in my lifetime.  After a couple of months of studying here, I could not imagine life without AIEP. The specialists will not just teach you English, but will also inspire and motivate you to do more.  And now, I am ready to face the world to apply and share the knowledge and values AIEP taught me.  Even if I have already completed my course, I sometimes give the institute a visit to say hello to the new students, of course, to my former specialists.

  • Reggie Meriales Aiep

    Jerome! I hope you really enjoyed your stay with us and learned not just how to be a better speaker and writer using English in AIEP. Don’t forget to visit! You will be missed, siomai buddy!

  • Hey Jerome, it was great having you in class. You went from a shy individual to being one of the leaders. I know that you are now working. Congratulations! I hope to see you again, if not in class, at least in one of the activities of AIEP. Take care and see you soon.

  • Liz Orale Aiep

    Welcome aboard, Jerome! Haha! Our former student, and now, colleague! Yay!!! Looking forward to many good times and a great journey ahead of us, here at AIEP! Cheers!!! 😀

    • Liz Orale Aiep

      Time to change the photo, yeah? (wink-wink*)

  • Liz Orale Aiep

    Hahaha! It’s always hard at first, but once you get used to certain things, then it all starts to seem natural. 🙂

  • Mariju Rosales

    Same feeling that I had back then! I can say that it was a great experience, now that I’m looking back. I’ll definitely miss my specialists.