Hope CommUnity Center has just started its new quarter of Citizenship classes to give Legal Permanent Residents the knowledge and skills they need to become United States Citizens. There are three levels of Citizenship Classes at HCC where students learn about US History and Civics and practice reading, writing and speaking English. For students with an upcoming interview, volunteers lead one-on-one "mock interviews'' to simulate meeting with the USCIS officer. In addition, HCC partners with Catholic Charities to provide legal services.
WHAT: Citizenship Classes Offered
WHEN: Tuesdays from 6 PM to 8:30 PM; Saturdays from 9:30 AM to 12 PM
WHERE: 800 S Hawthorne Ave | Apopka, FL | 32703 WHO: Hope CommUnity Center | Call Eli Castillo at 407-880-4673 ext. 240 for additional information about registering.
WHY: Hope offers students language and history education, civic engagement opportunities, and mock interviews that give them the best chance to transition from Legal Permanent Residents to U.S. Citizens.
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