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International Learning Center

Address:

Central United Methodist Church, 639 N 25th Street

Transportation:

By Car: Head west on W Wisconsin Ave toward N 12th St. Turn left onto N 25th St and your destination will be on the right.

By bus: Take any bus heading west on Wisconsin Ave. The church is on the corner of 25th and Wisconsin. International Learning Center is in the lower level of the church. Use the door off the parking lot in the rear.

Senior Refugee Citizen Class: Washington Park, 4420 W Vilet St.  

By Car: Head west onto W Wisconsin Ave toward N 12th St, then turn right onto N 35th St. Turn left onto W Highland Blvd, then left onto W Vilet St. Turn right onto N 45th St and your destination will be on the left.

By Bus: Take #30 or 30X bus heading west on Wisconsin Ave. Get off on the stop on Highland & Vilet and walk about 6 minutes heading North. When walking turn left onto W Vilet St, then right at N 43rd St. Continue onto N 45th St, and turn right. Your destination will be on the right.

Mandatory Orientation: TBD

Days/Hours of Operation:

ESL: Monday-Thursday 8:30am-10:00am

Math Tutoring: Monday- Thursday 11:30am-1:30pm

Description of Agency/Activities: The purpose of the International Learning Center is to provide English language and communication skills to Southeast Asian and African adult refugees who have had little or no prior education in their own country. Most students function at a 4th grade reading level or lower. A primary goal is to help students regain their self-sufficiency and become contributing members of the community. The curriculum emphasizes practical life skills and job readiness. Students are taught to speak, read, and write at a level required to perform such tasks as filling out job applications, making appointments, finding a job, going to doctor's appointments, and attending a parent-teacher conference.

Regular program activities include English classes from entry to Pre-GED levels, helping in the math lab and computer lab, tutoring, and bilingual assistance. In the computer lab, students learn basic word processing and practice skills using educational software.

Student Role at Agency: Students will tutor a small group or work one-on-one with a student with direction from the ESL instructor. They will also assist adult learners in basic word processing or using educational software and provide technical assistance for IBM computers.

Commitment/Requirments:


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Marquette University Service Learning
P.O. Box 1881
707 N. 11th St. Room 303
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201-1881

Phone Number: (414) 288-0250
Fax Number: (414) 288-3259

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