English as a Second Language
Loving our International Neighbors Right Here in the United States
If you are a non-native speaker and would like to develop your English skills, we would love to help you. This program is a low-cost way for immigrants and internationals to learn English!
English Conversation and American Culture Class (ECACC) is a weekly English as a Second Language (ESL) program that helps non-native speakers develop their conversational language skills, grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary in a friendly and encouraging environment. American cultural topics are introduced and are led by trained teachers.
We offer 3 different levels of ESL classes: Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced.
English Conversation and American Culture (ECACC):
Winter 2020, English as a Second Language (ESL)
Serving our international neighbors with language skills and cultural assimilation.
Date & Time
January 8 – May 6th: 6:00 – 7:30 pm.
Community Center, Room 206
Cost: $15 (includes materials)
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
Language: Conversational skills, vocabulary, and pronunciation
Culture: holidays, political process, health care, arts, music, church calendar, etc.
For more information or to volunteer, contact Julie Seeley, 303.779.9909 x5150.
Our 1-to-1 friendship program consists of spiritual and language-based mentorship between one native speaker and one international individual or family. Mentorship provides a time to practice English conversational skills, discuss cultural questions, and build friendships. Each pair will set goals for the mentoring relationships. Mentorship occurs throughout the school year, to be evaluated for continuation each May. Offered to CCPC attenders and ESL students.