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  • Catholic Community Services, Refugee Center

    Our English as a Second Language programs offer basic literacy to intermediate level language skills to help refugees and immigrants rebuild their lives and achieve economic and social self-sufficiency. We offer job search training, orientation, counseling, placement, and follow-up. Our occupational skills training center assists with career counseling and finding and applying for short-term training. Read More

  • Citizenship Test Preparation Class

    The Citizenship class prepares students to pass the test to become naturalized citizens of the United States. Students learn about U.S. history, government and citizen rights and responsibilities. PROGRAM BENEFITS Referrals to legal assistance; Financial help with N-400 fees if eligible; Online learning CLASS REQUIREMENTS Proof of living in D.C., Maryland or Virginia (read below for a list of acceptable documents); Eligible for ESL 3 or higher (unless student already applied to take the citizenship exam); Must be eligible to apply for citizenship within 6 months; Advising session Content Detail

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    Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School
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