From this “ESL Central” blog page, you can link to our other ESL blogs: English Language, Civics, Culture, & Community, Job Skills & Opportunities, and Citizenship preparation classes. The Teacher Resources blog includes our ESL curriculum, lesson plans, and other useful links for instructors.
At the top of this page, you’ll find information on our ESL classes, ESL sites (locations & registration dates), ESL Student Resources, and Computers and Technology. Other classes for ESL students, such as Citizenship, Career-Focused, and Beyond the Basics (“advanced ESL”) are listed on the right under ESL classes. We hope you find these pages useful. Please leave your comments at the bottom of any post.
Great job opportunities but you must
- have a Social Security number
- be prepared with professional dress and resume.
If you need help with your resume or cover letter, you can visit the STAR Center or the Tutoring Lab at the BEC. You can walk-in at the Star Center, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call them at (919) 334-1527.
Lutheran Services Carolinas (LSC) has provided us with a new Community Resources Referral guide for Refugee Clients.
It is available on our “Refugee Matters” page.
Interested in a possible career in healthcare??
Then look at this new class that can help you prepare. It’s starting soon so don’t miss it.
Update for Tuesday, March 13th: Wake Tech is delaying opening till 10:00 am and Wake County Public Schools have a 3 hour delay. The following sites are canceling their morning ESL classes :
- Hispanic Family Center
- Garner United Methodist Church
- White Plains United Methodist Church
- Highland United Methodist Church
The following sites will have ESL/ ABE classes but will start at 10:00 am.
- Beltline Center
- Western Wake – Millipond
Update for Monday, March 12th: ALL Wake Tech classes are canceled starting at 1:00 pm due to bad weather.
Wake County Public Schools are closing early due to bad weather. ESL classes at Milbrook and Athens High Schools are canceled for tonight, Monday, March 12th.
Are you a Hispanic or Latino immigrant between the ages of 18 and 44?
You may be interested in participating in a stress and health study conducted by Duke University School of Nursing. Read the following flyers in both English and Spanish for details and contact information.
Do you need dental cleanings, fluoride treatments, sealants, or X-rays? Often students delay hygiene visits until serious problems develop due to costs.
Wake Tech has a Dental Hygiene Clinic at the Perry Health Sciences Campus that offers these services to active Wake Tech students for FREE! … and at a reduced price for others.
Read this flyer for more information and visit the Dental Clinic Patient Information page for campus directions and treatment fees.
Wake Tech students are juggling many things as they pursue their studies. Some are stretching their money trying to cover many expenses and at times their budget may come up short for food. We would like to help students in getting essential supplies. The Nest is a food pantry at the Beltline Center for students in real need of food items.
Please contact Roberta Mahatha (919) 334-1534 for more information
February is National Heart Month. Do you want information on how to keep your heart healthy, what foods to eat and which medicines can help you with heart issues?
Be sure to check out our new FDA page listed under “Student Resources” section on the right sidebar. It can give you that information and lots more on how food/ drugs can affect your heath.
Updated: Please note time and date of latest two CPR classes. These classes won’t be offered again until the September / October timeframe so sign up NOW. Contact Karin Simpson (at 919.334.1592) for any questions on these classes.
February is National Heart Month so check out these classes that can boost your heath skills