02-05-18 First Literacy Workshop Registration: Citizenship Forum: A Panel and Discussion on Citizenship Preparation

First Literacy Workshop Registration

Citizenship Forum: A Panel and Discussion on Citizenship Preparation

A First Literacy Professional Development Workshop

Monday, February 5, 2018 (one session)
1:00 to 4:00 PM 

First Literacy
160 Boylston Street, 2nd Floor, Boston

(Across from Boston Common)

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION:
What are the benefits of U.S. citizenship? How do immigrants become citizens? How can you help your students along this path? First Literacy has brought together a panel of specialists in the naturalization process to answer these—and many more—questions about the path to citizenship. Panelists are familiar with immigrant communities and community-based education organizations in Massachusetts and welcome your questions from basic to complex.

PANELISTS: 
Peter Haskin - Citizenship Coordinator, Project Citizenship, Boston, MA
Emily Reiniger - New American Integration Program, MIRA, Boston, MA
Bethany Gamble - Case Specialist, Community Services, IINE, Lowell, MA
Mike Oliver - Program Director and Citizenship Instructor, St. Mark’s Education Center, Dorchester, MA

This workshop is free to all staff of Massachusetts non-profit ABE and ESOL programs.

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