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La Casa Hogar is seeking an enthusiastic volunteer to join our naturalization program. This volunteer position is well-suited for an individual looking to build his/her skills in the field of immigration law. The volunteer will conduct screenings once or twice per week during the naturalization education classes held from 6-8 pm, 2 evenings per week in Yakima. This is a unique skill-building opportunity for anyone who is interested in a career (or retired from a career) working with Spanish-speaking populations and understanding the intricacies of the immigration process. Paralegals, law students, retired immigration lawyers are encouraged. Contact Magaly Solis: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Serves children ages 2-5 who would not otherwise access pre-school education. We incorporate STEM-based education and use the Creative Curriculum. We serve over 50 children per year and 30 parents, primarily mothers, through co-located STEM parent education classes. Classes are held in the mornings.
Contact Cecilia Gonzalez to get involved: Cecilia@lacasahogar.org
La Casa offers classes in Yakima and in Wapato through a partnership with United Way. Students who enter La Casa to pursue education are quickly interwoven with a community of like-minded, pro-active and self-empowered parent-leaders. Class sizes average around 20 students and in 2015, over 540 adults took classes. Volunteer opportunities are specifically in: Pre-GED Classes and English as a Second Language and Computer classes.
Contact Angelica Reyes: email@example.com