The CMC offers a variety of educational classes to provide individuals with the foundation they need to grow and create a path to a brighter future. Classes are all taught by experienced volunteer instructors. Classes offered range from English as a Second Language, Spanish as a Second Language, Government & Civics for Citizenship, Basic Computer Skills, and more.
Current class offerings:
English as a Second Language
English classes for beginner through intermediate learners. To participate, students may come during any weekday class period to register and take an assessment so they may be placed in the appropriate class. Child care is provided while parents or caretakers attend class.
Weekdays, Monday-Thursday: 9:30-11:30am
Weekends, Saturday drop-ins: 9:00-11:00am
CMC and Literacy Network are working together to offer Beginning and Advanced courses, and classes are held at both agency locations. The courses cover US History and Civics, reading and writing in preparation for the citizenship exam and interview. Students will study the 100 questions used on the citizenship exam and work on study skills for passing the exam. The courses are offered two to three times each year; call us to find out about the next courses available. Advanced registration may be necessary.
Spanish as a Second Language
Weekly class for beginning to intermediate Spanish. No pre-registration is required, and drop-ins are welcome. New students are accepted on an ongoing basis.
9:30 am to 11:30 am