All are welcome to attend a day of free classes, workshops and conversations to support ESOL and ABE students in the greater King County area.
Keynote speaker Andrew Kritovich will share information on the refugee and asylee experience in the United States. As the Deputy Executive Direction at the Ukrainian Community Center of Washington, Andrew works with refugees and immigrants as they overcome language, cultural, educational and social barriers. He will emphasize the importance of cultural sensitivity, as well as trauma informed care while working with this population. This discussion is relevant for all volunteers and professionals who work to provide refugees, immigrants, and asylees with a sense of unity and community well-being.
Find out more about CVT here.
Sign up for these Literacy Source workshops and more:
WALDE (Working with Adult Learners in a Diverse Environment)
Teaching ESOL Adult Learners