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Posted on: December 22, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Winter English for Work: Space Available

There is still space available in upcoming English for Work orientations. Winter quarter orientations are offered on January 4 and 5. Please contact us at or 425-250-3007 to register or if you have any questions. We are happy to help!

Class Information

English for Work is a free program for students to prepare for employment in the United States and improve their English language skills.

  • Students participate in online class on Zoom two times per week. Hopelink computers are available to borrow if needed.  
  • Morning and evening class options are available. 
  • Classes are best for students who have intermediate or advanced-level English skills. We assess students to determine their level and help decide if our program is a good fit.

About English for Work 

This one-quarter program supports refugees and immigrants with improving their English language skills and preparing for employment. Students practice speaking, listening, reading, and writing while learning about topics such as skills and strengths, job search, resumes, and interviewing. Near the end of the quarter, students participate in mock interviews conducted by local employers—a highlight of the program!

Please see our webpage for flyers in Dari, Pashto, Ukrainian, and other languages. 

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