Help for those learning English to land jobs or plan their careers; Learn how!
Are you looking for employment or job advancement while learning English?
Or you know someone who is? Then you need to know about the ELLS (English Learners Ladders to Success) project, a free 10-week program to create educational opportunities and career planning for anyone learning English.
“This is a great opportunity to support English learners and focus on their specific needs whether it’s honing their interviewing skills, assessing career goals or learning to use job search tools and techniques,” said Marisa Moreno, the project manager for the San Mateo County Human Services Agency.
The program is free and open to English learners 18 years and older with the legal right to work in the United States.
Want to know more? Go to an orientation August 18 at Palo Alto Adult School at 6:30 p.m. or August 19 at Sequoia Adult School at 9 a.m. View the fliers below for addtional dates for orientation and more information.
For more information on the training session held at Sequoia Adult School, call Celia Arceo at (650) 648-3559 or for the Palo Alto Adult School location, call Gerardo Pacheco at 650-648-3557.
The Alliance for Language Learners’ Integration, Education, and Success (ALLIES) Program is an equal opportunity program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. The Alliance for Language Learners’ Integration, Education, and Success (ALLIES) Program is funded by a $2.6 million Workforce Innovation Fund Grant, as implemented by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration and hosted by San Mateo County Human Services Agency.