English as a Second Language (ESL)
Learning English is vital to ensure that immigrants understand their rights and responsibilities. Possessing a strong command of the English Language ultimately assists a person's ability to find work, generate income, pay taxes, and become productive citizens. ESL instruction promotes equality and inclusion into the American society.
We use multi-cultural evidence-based ESL curriculum.
We provide outreach to underserved and misrepresented non-native English speaking communities.
We offer free or sliding scale instruction.