"English for Work" for non-native English speakers

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Hopelink is on the ground floor of the
Ronald Commons building
Know anyone who could improve their English skills and/or is looking for a new job? Hopelink's "English for Work" course is designed to teach non-native-English speakers the verbal skills they need to find work.

Students learn and practice vocabulary skills, technology skills, and learn how they need to go about finding work in the USA. They practice their interview skills in "mock interviews" with Hopelink employees.

Every quarter, many of our students are able to find work before they even finish the class! We have many success stories. And while most of our students are seeking work, many just want to improve their English skills.

Classes are free of charge and begin January 7-8-9. They are held at Hopelink's centers in Shoreline, Bellevue, Redmond, and Kirkland. If you have any questions, call 425-250-3007 or email Marci at englishforwork@hopelink.org

Hopelink Shoreline 17837 Aurora Avenue N, Shoreline 98133, behind Ronald Methodist Church. 206-440-7300.


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