Fresno Adult School National Welcoming Week Celebration
Fresno Adult School National Welcoming Week Celebration: September 14-17
The Fresno Adult School National Welcoming Week Celebration in 2016 will take place from September 14-17. This is the second year that Fresno Adult School joins the National Welcoming Week activities promoted at the national level by the Welcoming America network.
Fresno Adult School is a leading institution in the Central Valley, offering a wide ranging curriculum to adults seeking to improve career and job skills, enroll in a vocation program, GED, or ESL and Citizenship classes.
As part of its service to the community, Fresno Adult School began in 2015 with Welcoming America activities. In 2016, the activities are as follows:
February 14, 10-12:30: Welcoming Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Resource Fair. The Welcoming Center is designed to provide information and services to members of the community. The center will be staffed by a rotating group of non-profit organizations. The Resource Fair will provide an opportunity to students and other members of the community to learn about the services provided by 14 community agencies.
February 15: Field Trip to Fresno City Council Meeting. Students in the Fresno Adult School Leadership and Citizenship classes will visit the chambers of the Fresno City Council, where Fresno Adult School will receive special recognition.
February 17, 11 AM: Citizenship Oath Ceremony, Fresno County Public Library, Central Library in downtown Fresno.
CVIIC joins and congratulates Fresno Adult School in the leadership role it has played in holding National Welcomin Week activities.
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