Citizenship Education

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    Programs that prepare individuals to take the oath of U.S. citizenship and to exercise the attendant rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Citizenship courses help immigrants develop an understanding of and appreciation for American culture, institutions and ideals; and focus on important events in U.S. history, the Constitution and its historic background, and the organization, powers and duties of federal, state and local governments.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adult Education (Alton Street) - Asian Pacific Development CenterProvides morning, afternoon and evening classes for adult immigrants and refugees. Classes are approximately two hours long, held three - four times a week, on the following topics: - ESL - Adult basic education - Citizenship (no cost) - Computer - Job readiness - Self-sufficiencyAdams CountyAlton Street - Asian Pacific Development CenterAsian Pacific Development Center
    Adult Education - Centro San Juan DiegoProvides the following adult education classes in Spanish: - Adult Literacy - English as a Second Language - Basic and Intermediate Computer classes - GED Preparation - US Citizenship (also available in English) - Bachillerato (Mexican High School) - Financial Education - Tax Preparer CertificationDenver CountyCentro San Juan DiegoCentro San Juan Diego
    Adult Education Classes - Spring Institute for Intercultural LearningProvides classes focused on community English Language Acquisition (ELA) in partnership with Mi Casa Resource Center, as well as workplace ELA, Adult Basic and Secondary Education, GED preparation, citizenship, and customized workplace classes for the hospitality industry. Spring Institute offers classes at different levels to fit each client's proficiency level. Curriculum and class times vary depending on location, and there are nine locations throughout Metro Denver.Denver CountySpring Institute for Intercultural LearningSpring Institute for Intercultural Learning
    Center for Adult Learning (Fort Collins) - Front Range Community College (Larimer County)Offers classes in the following subjects - Reading - Writing - Math improvement - GED preparation - English as a Second Language - Citizenship to adults age 17 and overLarimer CountyFort Collins - Front Range Community College (Larimer County)Front Range Community College (Larimer County)
    Citizenship Training - Colorado African OrganizationProvides the following services at little to no cost: - ESL classes - Citizenship classes - Immigration legal services As well as, community navigation in the following ten content areas: - Food - Finance - Health - Dependent care - Housing - Transportation - Personal and public safety - Civic and community integration - Youth education - EmploymentDenver CountyColorado African OrganizationColorado African Organization
    Counseling and Advising Center - Northeastern Junior CollegeOffers a variety of services for students pursuing further study.Logan CountyNortheastern Junior CollegeNortheastern Junior College
    Immigrant Resources Center (South Datura Street) - City of LittletonAssists immigrants with connections to community services, learning English through one-on-one sessions and group classes, applying for U.S. citizenship, citizenship preparation classes and learning about U.S. civics and history to prepare for the naturalization exam. Licensed attorneys and Board of Immigration Appeals (B.I.A.) staff are qualified to help fill out applications and also represent immigrants at the naturalization interview.Arapahoe CountySouth Datura Street - City of LittletonCity of Littleton
    Online Naturalization Tools - CitizenshipWorks1) An interactive online interview to help individuals to understand their eligibility and apply for naturalization; 2) A self-paced interactive tutorial that explains the naturalization process step-by-step; 3) An online tutorial to help applicants prepare for the naturalization tests; and 4) Links to other resources and information about citizenship and naturalization available online. Out of StateCitizenshipWorksCitizenshipWorks
    Punto De Vista (Education/Outreach Language Project) - San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource CenterThis project provides English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to adult immigrants in the San Luis Valley. The focus of this project is to serve as many adult ESL students as possible by coordinating times and places in order to eliminate the barriers of work, transportation, and other challenges. Depending on available funding, we also offer citizenship classes as often as possible. Through ESL and citizenship education, immigrants are empowered to become active participants in their community. The Punto de Vista program also provides tutoring services to approximately 20 school age children four days per week at the Alamosa Migrant Housing complex Tierra Nueva, where they are assisted in completing their schoolwork during the school year. Call or email for more information.Alamosa CountySan Luis Valley Immigrant Resource CenterSan Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center
    Refugee Programs - Global Refugee CenterThe Global Refugee Center, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit in Greeley, CO that works with the refugee population to improve their quality of life and assists them in achieving self-sufficiency. How we serve: -Information -Communication -Education for refugees and immigrants Design and implementation of culturally relevant programs for the Weld County community Preservation and promotion of -Culture -Language -Traditions -Leadership and skill developmentWeld CountyGlobal Refugee CenterGlobal Refugee Center
    Right to Read / Adult Education Center (Weld)We offer a set of classes ranging from ESL training to GED or Citizenship Preparedness as well as work directly with the Workforce Center of Weld County and other non-profit organizations to ensure financial and social success for the individual and their family. Fighting illiteracy is a major haul in addressing issues of poverty within Weld County.Weld CountyRight to Read / Adult Education Center (Weld)Right to Read / Adult Education Center (Weld)
    The Africa CenterThe Africa Center: for sustainable ecosystems & societies under global change Location: Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado Under the School of Global Environmental Sustainability Weld CountyThe Africa CenterThe Africa Center

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