Student Diversity

Students from around the world come to Colorado to learn English

Students come to the Language Learning Center for many reasons.  New immigrants come to improve their English skills.  Refugees and asylees come to learn English and get job-training skills.  Others come to improve their English to get better jobs.  Still others come to improve their English so that they can enroll in GED classes or certificate programs at the technical college.  With over 2,500 students coming to our classes each year, we truly represent the world.

Finding Home

Stories of the lives of refugees and immigrants in their own words

 

 

Oumou and Katou fled the Democratic Republic of Congo with their family at the ages of 5 and 7. Hear the story of their journey to Mali and then the United States and how they've adjusted to a new culture. 

Languages Spoken in CRESL

Student Diversity in CRESL

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Upcoming Related Events

Monday, January 8, 2018
CAD Classes Begin
Time: 7:30am
Monday, January 8, 2018
GED High School Equivalency Classes
Time: 9:00am
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Vocational y Transitions (Español)
Time: 9:30am

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From our students...

I love how EGTC feels like I’m on the job at an automotive garage. Our teacher is great; he brings a wealth of experience in the field, and his only mission is to help us maintain a career.

Christopher Mcllaren
Automotive Technology Student

From our teachers...

I love my students and teaching them new things.

Lisa Fladen
Barbering Instructor