Continuing Education (Noncredit Programs)
Los Angeles Valley College Citizenship Program focuses on literacy skills and uses ESL methodologies to prepare learners to take and pass the Unites States Immigration and Naturalization Services (USCIS) test. The program includes outreach services, skills assessment, and naturalization preparation assistance. The program staff specializes in preparing various USCIS forms such as N-400, I-912, N-600, I-130, etc. Clients are also provided with study materials approved by the USCIS.
All interested clients are welcome to receive assistance through the LAVC Citizenship Program. Its services are open not only to LAVC students but also to anyone in the community who is interested in becoming a US citizen. The program is linked to ESL and Civics classes that discuss naturalization procedures, the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, and U.S. History and Government. They help learners to acquire knowledge to become active and informed citizens and community members.
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For more information, please call (818)947-2600 Ext. 4168.
Parenting 020CE class is an open-entry, open-exit course that covers issues concerning bed time routines, food and nutrition, reading to infants, discipline, day to day challenges, holiday stress and young children, and diversity.
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For information about the LAVC Family Resource Center visit their website: