ESOL students can

  • Learn to speak, understand, read, and write English
  • Use English in real-life situations  
  • Study vocabulary and grammar
  • Learn about U.S. history and government
  • Learn about health
  • Learn basic technology skills

Class Schedule and Registration

Students can attend Virtual ESOL (English as a Second or Other Language) classes during the Fall 2020 semester (September-December) for Beginning and Intermediate levels.

The semester will run for approximately 12 weeks. Classes are offered in the mornings, evenings, and weekends. 

To participate in these virtual classes you must download the WebEx “Meetings” App here.

Pre-Registration and Class Schedule 

 

Contact Us

For more information on the New Americans Program’s ESOL classes, please contact:

Marco Castillo
Program Coordinator
718-480-4300 (phone)
MaCastillo@queenslibrary.org

If you can't register for a class at a Queens Public Library location, other organizations in Queens also offer ESOL classes.