Age Minimum (with Adult): 18+, Minimum Age:18+
Allies for Immigrants: Learn to Lead Citizenship Classes with St. Mark's
As part of its Citizenship for all Project, St Mark's Community Education Program in collaboration with the Allies for Immigrants ESOL Corps is offering a training to that prepares volunteers to lead citizenship classes in libraries, health centers, YMCA’s and other community spaces beginning this summer. Volunteers will lead citizenship classes either twice a week for 6 weeks or once a week for 12 weeks. Join us Saturday, September 15 1PM-5PM This workshop will be held at St. Mark's Church Hall (1725 Dorchester Ave) - on-site parking available & a short walk from the Red Line at Shawmut Station. The training provides: 1. Overview of Teaching Citizenship and the naturalization process 2. Main Components of Citizenship Test a. 100 Civics Questions b. Reading and Writing Tests c. N-400 Application for Naturalization d. Other Components of Citizenship Test e. N-400 vocabulary f. Mock Interviews
3. Teaching techniques 4. Classroom management 5. Citizenship Resources St Mark’s Community Education Program's mission is to build a vibrant and flourishing community by providing English language and Citizenship educational skill development and access that adult immigrants and their families need to fully participate in the U.S. society. St. Mark's has been offering successful citizenship classes for more than 10 years.
Allies for Immigrants ESOL Corps is a partnership with Boston Cares and English for New Bostonians.
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