Job Search and Interview Workshops

Our long-time partner, Washington Heights Workforce1 Career Center revisited us for our high-intermediate and advanced daytime and evening students, virtually this time, to teach how to search jobs online and how to ace job interviews. Our students learned a lot of dos and don’ts when they look for a job or have a job interview. We hope our students will be ready to find and have a good job when they graduate from our program.

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Speech Workshops

Tuânminh A Đỗ, aka Mihn, one of the current Artists-In-Residence at University Settlement visited our Level 3 and CCR classes last week to give speech workshops to our students and learn more about their stories as immigrants. Our students loved the interesting workshops because they were able to learn how to pronounce words correctly and confidently and have fun while sharing their personal immigrant stories.

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Volunteer Work for Older Adults

A lot of our Daytime students volunteered to deliver meals to older adults living in the East Village area and helped prepare for the Thanksgiving lunch and party at the senior center. All the physical and language challenges were nothing to our brave students when they felt happy thinking they were doing something good for the community. Click each picture to make the image bigger!

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New York Public Library Tours

Every year, a lot of our students take a tour of the Seward Park Library to make their NYPL cards and learn how to use the library. Classes 0A, 0P, 1B, and 1C visited the library so far this year and more classes are planned to go there later. We would like to thank Andrew the librarian for collaborating with us and helping our students every year! Feel our students’ excitement from the pictures below!

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