English Classes for Adults (ESOL), Computer Instruction, US Citizenship Preparation, and Financial Literacy

English Classes for Adults (ESOL)

This program focuses on providing proficiency programs for refugee and immigrant community members in the St. Louis metro area. There are four thematic areas of delivery which include education, economic, health, and technology.

Subcategories of interest include literacy development, resume and cover letter development, and learning about options for childcare.

The tentative schedule encompasses two hours of weekly sessions for adults. The following is a proposed schedule: Mon and Wed 11 am – 1 pm every week. The delivery method will be hybrid to reflect the current community needs.

US Citizenship Preparation

We assist students to develop knowledge of civics, the N-400 application process, and the English language skills required to successfully pass the naturalization interview.

Students meet once a week and they also one on one sessions to meet their individual needs.

Financial Literacy

Financial literacy is the possession of the set of skills and knowledge that allows an individual to make informed and effective decisions with all of their financial resources