Adult Education

 


Spring Classes start on January 17th. Registration ongoing. 

English as a Second Language Class for Waltham Residents (now meeting online)

Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels

Classes meet twice a week: Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday . Morning (10am-12pm) or Evening (6-8pm).

Rolling enrollment 

To register:
email brian@watchcdc.org, call 781-570-4359 or fill out the online application form

Sign up as a volunteer English teacher and help our local immigrant community.

For more information or contact Brian


Las Clases de Primavera comienzan el 17 de enero. Inscripción en curso.

Clases de inglés como segundo idioma para residentes de Waltham (ahora en línea)

Niveles básico, intermedio y avanzado

Las clases se reúnen dos veces por semana: Lunes/Miércoles o Martes/Jueves . Mañana (10am-12pm) o tarde (6-8pm).

Para inscribirse:
correo electrónico brian@watchcdc.org, llame al 781-570-4359 o rellene el formulario de solicitud en línea

Para registrarse:
correo electrónico brian@watchcdc.org, llame al 781-570-4359 o rellene la aplicación en línea.

WATCH provides an adult education, training, and leadership program for immigrants of all nationalities. 
The program expands the skills and strengthens the voice of immigrants in the Waltham community.  
WATCH addresses critical needs through educational programs grounded in leadership development and action.

 

GED Classes

Classes are Tuesday and Thursday evenings at WATCH.

For more information or to register, contact Brian by at  brian@watchcdc.org or call 781-570-4359

 

Other Classes

In addition to the English Language Program, WATCH offers a variety of other classes:

  • Citizenship
  • GED/HiSET
  • Computer & Writing

For more information about any of these programs, contact Brian by at  brian@watchcdc.org or at 781-570-4359.

"English is the most important thing because if I learn a little English that helps me in my life so it is good for me. But, that help to me also helps my children. When it helps my children, then that helps my family. By helping my family, that is good for my neighborhood. What is good for my neighborhood is also good for my community. What is good for my community, is good for the City."

- Aung Htwe, English tutoring learner and Waltham resident

Get Involved!

Volunteers are needed in our Tutoring Program and English classes.

Have skills in other languages?

Help Adult Education, and other programs at WATCH, by translating outreach materials particularly into Spanish, Haitian Creole, or French.

To learn more and get involved, contact Brian Logue by email or call 781-570-4359.