Citizenship classes provide a comprehensive curriculum to assist legal permanent residents in their journey towards becoming U.S. citizens. Classes offer essential resources and guidance to navigate the naturalization process, covering American history and government topics as well as English language skills crucial for the citizenship test. Through interactive discussions and activities, students learn about the U.S. political system, significant events in U.S. history, and the rights and responsibilities of citizens in a democratic society. Classes also enhance students' English language skills through reading, writing, and speaking exercises as well as mock interviews. This allows students to build their language skills and gain confidence to communicate effectively during the interview process. By participating in citizenship classes, students are not only better prepared for naturalization, but also gain a deeper understanding of American culture, values, and the privileges of U.S. citizenship.
New classes begin in January, April, July, and October. All classes meet online for 10 weeks.