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ESL and Citizenship Classes

ESL Classes - English as a Second Language begin

October 1 and go through May 22, 2015. Click on the flyers below to learn more!


ESL flyer in English

ESL flyer in Spanish

Citizenship Classes and Test Scholarships

Parenting Magazine Subscriptions in English and Spanish

Library of Family Resource Books

Evening and Weekend Workshops and Events
Our English As a Second Language Volunteers and Mentors
We have approximately twelve English as a Second Language volunteers,
 many of them from SaddleBrooke.  Each week  during September through 
May, they teach and   mentor adult students on Wednesday mornings
 at a local church or here at  IMPACT SoAZ every Wednesday night. 
Student goals: To improve their English skills  or to prepare to become 
U.S. citizens. Community members are also willing to share their expertise. 
One of them is Carol Osgood, a real estate broker, who shared her 
knowledge and experience, with student  Barbara Quiros, 
whose goal is to become a bilingual realtor. 
We are so proud  of our program & volunteers!

We have approximately twelve English as a Second Language volunteers,
 many of them from SaddleBrooke.  Each week  during September through 
May, they teach and   mentor adult students on Wednesday mornings
 at a local church or here at  IMPACT SoAZ every Wednesday night. 
Student goals: To improve their English skills  or to prepare to become 
U.S. citizens. Community members are also willing to share their expertise. 
One of them is Carol Osgood, a real estate broker, who shared her 
knowledge and experience, with student  Barbara Quiros, 
whose goal is to become a bilingual realtor. 
We are so proud  of our program & volunteers!
We have approximately twelve English as a Second Language volunteers,
 many of them from SaddleBrooke.  Each week  during September through 
May, they teach and   mentor adult students on Wednesday mornings
 at a local church or here at  IMPACT SoAZ every Wednesday night. 
Student goals: To improve their English skills  or to prepare to become 
U.S. citizens. Community members are also willing to share their expertise. 
One of them is Carol Osgood, a real estate broker, who shared her 
knowledge and experience, with student  Barbara Quiros, 
whose goal is to become a bilingual realtor. 
We are so proud  of our program & volunteers!
We have approximately twelve English as a Second Language volunteers,
 many of them from SaddleBrooke.  Each week  during September through 
May, they teach and   mentor adult students on Wednesday mornings
 at a local church or here at  IMPACT SoAZ every Wednesday night. 
Student goals: To improve their English skills  or to prepare to become 
U.S. citizens. Community members are also willing to share their expertise. 
One of them is Carol Osgood, a real estate broker, who shared her 
knowledge and experience, with student  Barbara Quiros, 
whose goal is to become a bilingual realtor. 
We are so proud  of our program & volunteers!
We have approximately twelve English as a Second Language volunteers,
 many of them from SaddleBrooke.  Each week  during September through 
May, they teach and   mentor adult students on Wednesday mornings
 at a local church or here at  IMPACT SoAZ every Wednesday night. 
Student goals: To improve their English skills  or to prepare to become 
U.S. citizens. Community members are also willing to share their expertise. 
One of them is Carol Osgood, a real estate broker, who shared her 
knowledge and experience, with student  Barbara Quiros, 
whose goal is to become a bilingual realtor. 
We are so proud  of our program & volunteers!
We have approximately twelve English as a Second Language volunteers,
 many of them from SaddleBrooke.  Each week  during September through 
May, they teach and   mentor adult students on Wednesday mornings
 at a local church or here at  IMPACT SoAZ every Wednesday night. 
Student goals: To improve their English skills  or to prepare to become 
U.S. citizens. Community members are also willing to share their expertise. 
One of them is Carol Osgood, a real estate broker, who shared her 
knowledge and experience, with student  Barbara Quiros, 
whose goal is to become a bilingual realtor. 
We are so proud  of our program & volunteers!
We have approximately twelve English as a Second Language volunteers,
 many of them from SaddleBrooke.  Each week  during September through 
May, they teach and   mentor adult students on Wednesday mornings
 at a local church or here at  IMPACT SoAZ every Wednesday night. 
Student goals: To improve their English skills  or to prepare to become 
U.S. citizens. Community members are also willing to share their expertise. 
One of them is Carol Osgood, a real estate broker, who shared her 
knowledge and experience, with student  Barbara Quiros, 
whose goal is to become a bilingual realtor. 
We are so proud  of our program & volunteers!

We have approximately twelve English as a Second Language volunteers, from SaddleBrooke, Catalina 

and Oro Valley. Each week during September through May, they teach and mentor adult students on 

Wednesday mornings  at a local church or here at  IMPACT SoAZ every Wednesday night. 

Student goals: To improve their English skills  or to prepare to become U.S. citizens. Community members 

are also willing to share their expertise. One of them is Carol Osgood, a real estate broker, who shared

 her knowledge and experience, with student  Barbara Quiros, whose goal is to become a bilingual realtor.


 We are so proud  of our program & volunteers!

We have approximately twelve English as a Second Language volunteers,
 many of them from SaddleBrooke.  Each week  during September through 
May, they teach and   mentor adult students on Wednesday mornings
 at a local church or here at  IMPACT SoAZ every Wednesday night. 
Student goals: To improve their English skills  or to prepare to become 
U.S. citizens. Community members are also willing to share their expertise. 
One of them is Carol Osgood, a real estate broker, who shared her 
knowledge and experience, with student  Barbara Quiros, 
whose goal is to become a bilingual realtor. 
We are so proud  of our program & volunteers!
We have approximately twelve English as a Second Language volunteers,
 many of them from SaddleBrooke.  Each week  during September through 
May, they teach and   mentor adult students on Wednesday mornings
 at a local church or here at  IMPACT SoAZ every Wednesday night. 
Student goals: To improve their English skills  or to prepare to become 
U.S. citizens. Community members are also willing to share their expertise. 
One of them is Carol Osgood, a real estate broker, who shared her 
knowledge and experience, with student  Barbara Quiros, 
whose goal is to become a bilingual realtor. 
We are so proud  of our program & volunteers!