Family Engagement

The Family Engagement Program encourages the motivation and active participation of parents and/or caregivers in the educational process of their children. In addition, the Family Engagement Program supports parents and/or caregivers to achieve their own goal.

The Family Engagement Program has a team of professionals and volunteers highly committed to the success of the families. Priority is given to parents.

Programs

ESL Classes (English as a Second Language)
The purpose of the ESL Class (English as a Second Language) is to develop verbal and written communication skills. This program is designed to help Hispanic families not only to increase the likelihood of employment but also to support their children’s educational development. The curriculum is offered in 3 levels (beginners, intermediate, conversational) in order to meet the diverse needs of participants.

Family Workshops
Esperanza’s workshops are created based on the needs of our client population. Workshops address parent engagement issues, helping Hispanic parents learn how to best support their child’s educational attainment through advocacy and support, as well as socio-economic issues that impact health and well-being.

Overview

Cost
All Family Engagement Programs are FREE!

Class Schedules
Classes are offered Monday—Thursday, in the mornings and evenings.
Each class lasts 12 weeks. Contact Esperanza for current session information. *Availability subject to change.
Please view calendar to see orientation dates.

Program Enrollment
No appointment is required, just walk-in! Staff is available Monday-Friday, 8:30am—5:30pm.

Program Requirements
• Intake Process (enrollment form)
• Must be 18+ years of age or older.
• Commit to 1 full cohort: 1 session per week, for 12 weeks.
• Complete program pre-test & post-test.

Additional Services
In addition to our weekly programs, Family Engagement offers a Referral Service and workshops that provide relevant information to its participants.

For more information, contact our Family Engagement staff.

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