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For questions on EAL Programs, or to speak to a member of the staff, please call 781-395-2374
English At Large staff members are always happy to answer questions about our programs and services. We are available to provide support to our learners and our volunteers and offer a library of resources on a variety of educational topics. The office is generally open during regular business hours.
However, because we are a small staff, often we are off-site at a program, event or a training. To avoid any inconvenience, please call our offices at 781-395-2374 before you visit to ensure that someone is here to assist you.
Our offices are located at:
800 West Cummings Park
Woburn, MA 01801
English At Large is located on the 5th floor; it is the first door to the right when exiting the elevator.
To reach English At Large staff at anytime, please contact us via email:
For general inquiries or to make a donation, contact Maureen Willis, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
To inquire about our volunteer opportunities, or learn more about our One-to-One tutoring Program, contact Csilla Tambor, Director of Volunteer Engagement at email@example.com
For more information on our Conversation Groups, or for waitlist inquiries, please contact Natalya Tausanovitch, Programs and Database Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
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