Clackamas Community College Offers ESL Classes in Multiple Locations

 Clackamas Community College offers English as a Second Language classes at its Oregon City campus and at the Harmony Community Campus in North Clackamas. In addition, classes are offered at outreach centers in both Canby and Molalla.

ESL classes at CCC are taught by professional instructors and are offered at convenient times during both the day and evening. Classes include grammar, reading, writing, conversation and vocabulary.

“Improving English skills is important for getting a job or advancing in a job. It also gives you good skills for helping children with school work,” said Andrea Vergun, an ESL instructor at CCC.

Winter term classes begin Monday, Jan. 7, and registration for classes is now open. Class fees range from $20 to $40 for a three-month course.

For more information about ESL classes at CCC, please contact Nena Monterroza at 503-594-3234 or email nenam@clackamas.edu. More information is also available at www.clackamas.edu/ESL/

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