English as a Second Language
Do you want to learn English as a Second language?
English as a Second Language (ESL) is English language instruction with instructors trained to teach students from diverse cultural, geographical, and linguistic backgrounds from all over the world.
English as a Second Language programs are designed to prepare students with language skills for civic engagement, work readiness, or college and career readiness. Students begin with Foundational ESL courses and then can choose from a series of courses to meet short-term and long-term goals.
What kinds of courses are offered?
Three strands of ESL are offered for language skill development, including civic engagement, work readiness, or college and career readiness. Students begin with Foundational ESL courses and can choose from a series of courses to meet short-term and long-term goals. Courses are designed for students interested in acclimating to American culture, earning their U.S. citizenship, seeking immediate employment, obtaining a GED®
CPCC offers traditional classroom courses as well as online courses so that students can select the one that best meets their needs and goals.
Courses are offered free of charge to students!
For more information, call 704.330.6172.
Click here to view the strands of ESL instruction offered.
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