YMCA International Learning Center

YMCA ILC Career Pathways Informational Meeting

From date: 
Wed, 02/06/2013 - 10:00am
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Come to the informational meeting and learn all about the new Career Pathways class!

English language learners can explore different career fields and learn valuable workplace skills! 

RSVP to sblumenshine@ymcaboston.org.

See attached flyer for more information!

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There are still a few openings left for low Beginner ESOL classes at the YMCA's International Learning Center (located at the United Methodist Church in Woburn). These classes typically have a long waiting list and are intended for those who have little or no spoken English. These classes are FREE! If you know of anyone who may benefit from these classes, please spread the word! The classes will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings from 9am-12pm.

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Social Capital Inc. is happy to announce that through a special competition they have been awarded 9 new half-year AmeriCorps slots.  The 9 new AmeriCorps members will serve from the mid-January until the end of June 2012.  Two of these AmeriCorps Members will be here in Woburn; one at the Boys and Girls Club, and one at the YMCA International Learning Center. 

WorldFest Woburn!

From date: 
Sun, 05/20/2012 - 1:00pm
WorldFest Woburn! is a community festival celebrating diversity.  It is presented by SCI Woburn and the YMCA International Learning Center.  This year's festival will take place on the lawn of the Woburn Public Library.  There will be food, activities, music, arts and crafts, traditional dress, and performances from many different countries.  Fun for all ages!

Rain Location: United Methodist Church, 523 Main Street, Woburn.
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The YMCA International Learning Center has been providing English as a Second Language classes in Woburn since 1998 through a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).  The DESE is issuing an open and competitive Request for Proposals for the next 5 years.  The Learning Center, in partnership with SCI, is surveying the community to help determine the needs in Adult Basic Education (GED, family literacy, transition classes, ESL, etc.) to be certain that our proposal reflects the changing needs of the community.