Furthermore, we are so close to raising the money needed to purchase Tennessee's first Mobile ESL Classroom.
We are so thankful to the community for your continued support, encouragement, and inspiration.
Here are some snapshots of what we've been up to. Enjoy.
ESL to Go students from Somalia with Nashville Mayor Karl Dean and Gatluck Thach
Burmese women set up their new classroom held in a community leader's apartment
Many of these women are Kachin refugees from Burma. There are only 12 Kachin refugees resettled in Nashville.
Leah Hashinger, ESL to Go Program Manager, and Angie Harris, ESL to Go Director, pose with WPLN reporter, Blake Farmer. Farmer did a piece on ESL to Go for Nashville Public Radio.