foriegn languages

foriegn languages

I'll be graduating school next year and I'll have about 4 semesters of Russian. I'm afraid out in the real world I'll lose my language skills. I worked to hard to gain them :/ I don't think I can take classes at a community college or anything. So I was wondering... a) What are some cheapo ways you stay sharp in a language out of school? b) if there are any jobs/industries that will teach you a language. I'm not fluent so I don't think I could get a job based on my skills, but I know in the army and in some other defense positions, they'll teach you if you wanna learn a language they're interested in. Outside of the army, though, I'm a little clueless. I'm game for anything that doesn't involve boot camp. edit: I also should say, thanks guys! In advance, as I don't think I'll be able to respond to every single comment :) I hope this can be helpful to other people as well!
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