Defense Critical Language and Culture Program
Our instructors bring their “in-county” experience with their lessons, and many of our courses include college credit. We offer our lessons through a wide range of platforms, including Polycom, VTC, Vidyo, in-residence, mobile training teams, and blended options- all tailored to your unit’s needs.
A program contracted by the Department of Defense at the University of Montana has emerged as one of the top programs of its kind in the country, immersing U.S. troops and diplomats in critical languages and cultures where American interests are at stake.(Missoulian.com)
Major General (Retired) Don Loranger, DCLCP Director, visits with Ms. Virginia Sloan, Regional Director for Senator John Tester, and Senator Max Baucus during the Senator’s “Farewell Tour” of Montana prior to his assignment as the next United States Ambassador to China.
Army and Air Force ROTC Cadets, from college campuses throughout the United States, arrive at the National Bison Range to begin their Isolated-Immersion exercise in Korean language and culture. The Cadets, participants in Project Global Officer, were awarded a full-ride scholarship to study at the University of Montana for two-weeks followed by an eight-week study abroad program with Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. During the iso-immersion exercise the Cadets communicated exclusively in Korean as they viewed wildlife, hiked a mountain trail, participated in taekwondo exercises, played Korean musical instruments, learned a Korean board game, conducted word exercises, discussed Korean social issues and prepared food for a Korean BBQ.