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Date/Time
Tuesday, September 16th 2014
12:00 am

Location
Center for New Americans

August 4, 2014

Public Service Announcement

Run Date: Immediate Release

Contact: Peg Thibbitts, Volunteer Program Coordinator

(413) 587-0084 or volunteer@cnam.org

 

Volunteer Tutors Wanted:

The Center for New Americans is looking for volunteer tutors to be trained to work with adult immigrants who have applied or will be applying for U.S. citizenship. The training consists of 3 two hour sessions over the course of three weeks and will take place in September.  Please note that CNA’s English as a Second Language tutor training is a prerequisite to the Citizenship training. The next ESOL training will take place on August 16th and August 23rd, from 10-12:30 in the Northampton CNA office.

Center for New Americans is a community-based, non-profit, Adult Basic Education program serving immigrants, refugees, and migrants in Amherst, Greenfield and Northampton.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

For more information or to register, please contact Peg Thibbitts at the Center for New Americans, (413) 587-0084 or volunteer@cnam.org. You can also find information on the volunteer page of our website, www.cnam.org.

 

 

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