On Tuesday Dec. 17, the Costa Mesa City Council approved the new EF International Language Campus developed by EF Education First, an international language education company that offers language learning, travel, and cultural exchange programs, to occupy and improve the former home of Trinity Broadcasting Network.
The proposed project, recognized globally for its unique English language immersion program, could serve more than 1,300 students from all over the world and add 70 education jobs to Costa Mesa.
The agreement brings in $1.8 million to the City over a 15-year period for infrastructure improvements in the vicinity of the project. EF Education First will also sponsor a 10-year global education partnership for Costa Mesa high school students.
See the full feature in the City of Costa Mesa News.