MSU Denver Family Literacy Program

Adams County, CO
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MSU Denver Family Literacy Program

MSU Denver Family Literacy Program offers English as a Second Language (ESL) courses for adults in the Adams County area. 

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MSU Denver Family Literacy Program offers English as a Second Language (ESL) courses for adults in the Adams County area.

Offerings include online and in-person classes that follow the school district calendar.

Also available are High-School Equivalency courses (GED) offered in both English and Spanish.

Integrated Education and Training courses are offered once per semester; they include Parent to Para (Paraprofessional), Home Health Aide, and general Workforce Readiness.

All courses are offered free of charge to community members.

 

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Interested learning more?

Please email MSU Denver Family Literacy Program.

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