Community Education

One-on-One ESL or Computer Tutoring
Stop by our office or e-mail to obtain an application to be matched with a tutor. Please note that there is currently a    waiting list.
Workshops are provided on topics including but not limited to nutrition, personal finance, and cultural nuances. Email or stop by for more information on dates and times.
Wednesday Night Eat 'n Learn
Enjoy dinner sponsored by Pizza Ranch and Mesa Pizza from 5:15-5:45PM followed by educational workshops until 7PM. Childcare available.
Upcoming workshops:
Nov. 16 - Telling your Story in Story Circles
Nov. 30 - Making it Easier to Live in IC / Cultural Adjustment
Dec. 7 - Applying for Asylum
Dec. 14 - Becoming a U.S. Citizen
NESTS - Nurturing Every Student Together Safely 
The goal of NESTS is to provide a safe space with trusted adults where students are provided a place to do schoolwork with reliable internet access, tutoring, high quality child care and other resources including social/emotional support. 
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do any of the community education services cost money?
All our educational opportunities are free. 
How long can I be enrolled in one-on-one tutoring?

Your agreement will be for 10 weeks but many people continue after the initial 10 weeks.

Will I have the same tutor throughout the span of tutoring?
Yes, tutors also commit to 10 weeks.
How often can I schedule one-on-one tutoring? 
Due to high demand, we currently offer tutoring one time a week.