citizenship

Citizenship Classes Start Tonight!

Are you looking to become an American citizen or just interested in learning more about it?  Come to the library at 6:30 tonight.  We will begin our citizenship class series which will prepare you for the citizenship test.  This class will meet Mondays, January 11 and 25 and February 8, 15, and 22.  Come to one or all the classes to prepare for your future as an American citizen.

Butterflies at the Library

butterfly wallbutterflyCelebrate citizenship month and create your own origami butterfly and leave the library a special message.  At the table near the children's area is a basket of paper and instructions, if you get stuck come and ask for help at the desk.  Once you are finished add it to our growing collection of butterflies.  We come from all over the world.  We embrace transformation, we make our way in faith, and we emerge from our transitions as brilliantly as the butterfly.  We also have caterpillars ready to emerge as painted lady butterflies. Come soon, we will be letting them go next week.  

Citizenship Classes coming to Aldine Library!

 Citizenship Classes

Starting

September 14th
Class begin at 6 pm
Attendance limited

Sign up now

General Eligibility Requirements:

Citizenship Classes

The Maud Marks Library will begin a new session of Citizenship Classes. These free classes, taught by a retired U.S. Immigration officer, will help with all aspects of the citizenship process. Topics covered will include preparing for the citizenship interview, application and filing instructions, and general knowledge of U.S. government and history.

You can attend all or just some of the classes which will meet from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM April 13, 20, 27, and May 11, 18.

New Citizenship and ESL Classes

USA flagSpring Branch-Memorial Library will be offering the following classes on Fridays, starting April 10:

Citizenship   3:30-4:30 p.m.
English as a Second Language (ESL)   4:30-5:30 p.m.

Both programs are intended for adults.

To register, contact Marianne at 713-464-1633.

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Looking to Become a U.S. Citizen?

American FlagThe library is currently looking for those prepared to take the next step in becoming a U.S. citizen in hopes of starting a class to do just that. If you are interested, or know of anyone who might be interested, then please contact us for details.

Citizenship Classes

The Maud Marks Library has begun a new session of Citizenship Classes. These free classes, taught by a retired U.S. Immigration officer, will help with all aspects of the citizenship process. Topics covered will include preparing for the citizenship interview, application and filing instructions, and general knowledge of U.S. government and history.

You can attend all or just some of the classes which will meet from 6:30 - 8:30 January 26, & February 9, 16, and 23.

Harris County Public Library Seeks Citizenship Tutors

Would you consider helping someone become a U.S. Citizen?  A little of your time can make a huge difference.

Harris County Public Library will begin offering free citizenship classes this month.  We are in need of volunteers to help teach the classes in this program, to be held in various library locations.  Volunteers are required to attend a 3-hour HCPL Citizenship Tutor Training.  Training topics will include eligibility requirements, the citizenship process, the Naturalization test and Civics.

The initial training opportunity will be held on Thursday, January 22, 2015 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM at the Parker Williams Branch Library, located at 10851 Scarsdale Boulevard, Suite 510, Houston, TX 77089.  For more information, or to register, call Alisha Hall at 713-749-9000 or email alisha_hall@hcpl.net.

 

If You Can Read This . . .

Reading 2September is National Literacy Month and Monday, September 8, is International Literacy Day.  Harris County is always looking for volunteers to teach adult literacy, English as a Second Language, and citizenship classes.  If you are interested, please contact your local

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