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Our Mission

The DWDC is proud to offer English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for adults aged 18 and over.  In addition to providing basic knowledge skills for our families’ everyday life, the program also equips our families with the information and guidance in support of their participation in mainstream American society.  Such information includes, among other things, general education on health, community affairs, education, immigrants rights, voting rights, and domestic violence.

Education For The Future

knowledge to change the world.

ESL Classes

Gain Valuable Language Skills For Your Career, Your Studies And Your Life.

General Information

Community Resources

Benefits To Participants

Ability to communicate in English to be able to obtain better employment, training or higher education, increased self-esteem, and navigate formal systems such as education, health, legal services, housing, civil rights, etc.

Hours of Operation

Monday – Tuesday

10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Wednesday – Thursday

06:00 pm to 08:00 pm

How to Register?

Call Jacqueline Guilamo

Program Coordinator

(646) 749-1416

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to help students practice conversational skills.

Asked Questions

• GED classes are not currently being offered.

  • No legal documentation is required to receive services

Become a Volunteer

Join Our DWDC Education Program Team!

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