We provide high-quality, free English language learning programs to low-income adult immigrants and refugees. Improving English language skills allows students to break through language and cultural barriers, which will ultimately improve their quality of life and strengthen our community as a whole.
We also offer a Workplace English Program at the ESLC, where we support employers who want to offer job-specific English language training for their refugee & immigrant employees.
The Citizenship Program prepares individuals with the civics and English knowledge needed to pass the U.S. Naturalization Interview.
The Life Skills Program with the ESLC offers English classes that help students learn everyday English.
The Empowering Parents Program gives immigrant and refugee parents the tools necessary to be involved in their children's education - from understanding a report card to reading with their children.
The Emergent Reader Program focuses on English for new learners and those who are learning to read and write for the first time in any language.
Adult Emergent Readers
The ESLC partners with the Humanitarian Center in helping immigrants and refugees gain new job skills while also participating in English language classes in a work-based training program.
The ESLC partners with Deseret Industries to help refugees and immigrants gain new job skills while also participating in English language classes while employed at DI Centers.
The Workplace English Program supports employers who want to offer job-specific English language training for their immigrant employees.
The Job Readiness Program teaches the English skills needed to help find and maintain meaningful employment.