LANGUAGE

OUTREACH PROGRAM

(LOP)

Established 1993

Language Outreach offers a unique, family-centered approach to language skills development for Montgomery County residents who are non-English speakers struggling with language and cultural barriers. Language Outreach also offers citizenship classes and assistance with citizenship applications.

CLASSES

Find the current schedule HERE.

Encuentre el horario de clases actual aquí.

See below for registration forms for ESL, Conversation, or Citizenship classes.

Classes are provided to non-English speaking adults seeking to learn or improve their English skills. Free childcare with preschool readiness for children under 5 is offered for the children while the parents are in class. Tutoring with homework is provided for all school age children.

Las clases se proporcionan a adultos que no hablan inglés que buscan aprender o mejorar sus habilidades en inglés. El cuidado de niños gratuito con preparación preescolar para niños menores de 5 años se ofrece para los niños mientras los padres están en clase. Tutorías con tareas se proporciona para todos los niños en edad escolar.

Classes are provided to non-English speaking adults seeking to improve their English skills. Free childcare with preschool readiness for children under 5 is offered for the children while the parents are in class. Tutoring with homework is provided for all school age children.

Se ofrecen clases a adultos que no hablan inglés que buscan mejorar sus habilidades en inglés. Cuidado de niños gratis con preparación preescolar para niños menores de 5 años se ofrece a los niños mientras los padres están en clase. Tutoría con tarea es provista para todos los niños en edad escolar.

Citizenship classes and help with citizenship applications are offered in two sessions during the winter and summer. Students learn how to complete the U.S. citizenship application, practice the answers to the 100 geography, civics, and history questions that may be asked during the interview, and have mock interviews.  Free childcare with preschool readiness for children under 5 is offered for the children while the parents are in class. Tutoring with homework is provided for all school age children.

 

Se ofrecen clases a adultos que no hablan inglés que buscan mejorar sus habilidades en inglés. Cuidado de niños gratis con preparación preescolar para niños menores de 5 años se ofrece a los niños mientras los padres están en clase. Tutoría con tarea es provista para todos los niños en edad escolar.

This project supports families of 1st generation, at-risk, middle and high school students with information about higher education and workforce development. Parents are lower income, non-English speaking, immigrants. They learn

about school processes and resources, the college application process, and financial aid so they can help prepare their children for opportunities. Students learn skills to help prepare for and transition to high school and a future that can include higher education. To enroll in this project. families must be invited. They are involved with LOP through classes, or referred by our partner schools. Goal-setting, academic success skills, leadership development, group volunteer projects, visiting colleges and businesses are all part of the student curriculum. Parents meet separately and are required to be involved in order for their student to participate. 

English for speakers of other languages

Family Education Success Project

Citizenship Classes

Conversation Classes

COVID Update - while schools are closed, LOP classes are being held online

HOW TO GIVE HELP

​Provide Time

Volunteers serve as teacher's assistants, help the school age children of students with homework, and assist our childcare providers. They also act as immigration officers for mock interviews in our Citizenship classes.

See the Volunteer button below for additional information about LOP volunteer opportunities and how to begin the Reach Volunteer process.

Provide Funds

LOP is a program of Community Reach of Montgomery County (Reach). Reach is a non-profit organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service, under tax ID #52-0910334. Donations made through the Donate button below, or checks sent to Reach with "LOP" written in the memo section, will go directly to supporting the work of LOP. We are grateful for any level of support.

Provide Goods

Bring snacks for the children in our program. Purchase books for students. Provide gift cards for our Family Education Success Project.

For other ideas and how to provide any goods, please contact the 

Reach Development Department, 301-637-0172

 

CONTACT LOP 

Program Director: Cecilia Rojas

Email: crojas@cmrocks.org

Phone: (301) 251-2136

Community Reach of Montgomery County

1010 Grandin Avenue, #A1

Rockville, MD, 20851

Mansfield Kaseman Health Clinic

8 West Middle Lane

Rockville, MD 20850                   301-917-6800

CONTACT >

T: 301-637-0730

E: info@cmrocks.org

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