ESL (ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE)
What is ESL, and why is it important in adult education?
English as a Second Language is offered to students whose first language is not English. Support from tutors, instructors, and other individuals can make the process of learning their non-native language easier for students. ESL classes are offered at various levels depending upon the student’s entry-level. These classes build foundational skills to help students succeed in their educational and career endeavors.
ESL CLASS LEVELS
Beginning ♦ Intermediate ♦ High ♦ Advanced
For ESL classes and Citizenship preparation, check below for locations and give us a call!
CITIZENSHIP PREPARATION & RESOURCES
Need help preparing for your citizenship test and more?
Redding Library-Shasta Literacy Program – 530-245-7237
Certified Representative – Department of Justice- Alice McFadden 530-241-5802 or 530-515-8400
Outreach Specialist – US Citizenship 916-492-7313
Certified Representative-Department of Justice- Alice McFadden 530-241-5802 or 530-515-8400
US Citizenship/Outreach Specialist 916-492-7313