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
Interested in our Career Access Lab? Contact Na’tisha Mills, AmeriCorps Member at email@example.com
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English At Large (EAL) is a nonprofit that provides individual and small group instruction through a volunteer network to adult English language learners.
February 17th is the start of Kindness Week. During this time, tell a staff member about your overdue fines and we'll clear them. Kindness is meant to be both received and extended. We'll have kindness cards at the desks. Take 1 for yourself and 1 to give away.
Did you know @Nordstrom was founded by an #immigrant? In 1887, John W. Nordstrom emigrated from Sweden at age 16 with just $5. More on Nordstrom & other entrepreneurs in our Immigrant Entrepreneur Hall of Fame:
Our Conversation Groups this evening at the @ReadingPubLib are cancelled due to the winter storm. For other programs, please check with your local library for storm-related closings. Stay safe!
We are still in need of a few volunteers for our Resume Review event on Thursday, February 28th in @CityofWaltham. Join us and help a local immigrant begin a new career in the U.S.! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Stick to the data to combat misinformation. Fewer than half of Americans know that the vast majority of #immigrants are in the U.S. legally. Here are 10 more quick stats from @pewresearch: @johngramlich @IIRGMU
How Americans see illegal immigration, the border wall and political compromise
As Trump and Democrats press their cases about ways to end the government shutdown, here’s a look at how Americans see illegal immigration.
Get Your Library Card ROAR ELSE! @bcattv @BurlingtonUnion @BurlLibFriends @BurlingtonPatch @BurlMASchools @DTCnow @MassLibAssoc
Today 12 new volunteers begin training to be EAL One-to-One Tutors! In March they will be matched with a learner who has waited more than a year for a tutor. Once matched, these volunteers will provide up to 1200 hours of service in the coming year. #makeadifference #awesome
What makes English At Large special? Our community of learners and volunteers! Presenting the EAL 2019 Video Showcase: https://t.co/4VSSO5vRAh
It was such fun having @Middlebury student intern Tori working with this past month - and the video showcase she created is awesome. Stay tuned! Thanks Tori - we will miss you!
Thanks to @abunitedway #YouthinPhilanthropy for your generous support! We are proud to partner with you! #MakeaDifference #learningbuildscommunity #EnglishAtLargeSuccess
In a tight labor market with a shrinking labor pool, more employers are relying on #immigrants and #refugees. @timesunion @mallorymoench
Capital Region employers look to immigrants amid low unemployment
Capital Region employers are seeking out a more diverse workforce or simply responding to the reality of immigration, refugee resettlement and rising ...
Coming up on February 5! RT @WITNews: Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Bill Cummings to Speak at Wentworth
High School and College students: Want to build skills while making a difference for local English learners? EAL is now accepting applications for summer internships: https://t.co/nSdCqkcX6X
When we share a common language, we can tell our story and communicate our feelings. Thank you for helping to give local immigrants the power to speak their own words. #MakeaDifference #learningbuildscommunity #EnglishAtLargeSuccess
A few of the Woburn High Teachers braving the elements for a 6:45AM yoga class. See you again in February!! This class is for STUDENTS & STAFF #calmstart @WMHSTanners
Play Chess or Backgammon @The Studio #adult #classes-workshops #games
Play Chess or Backgammon @The Studio
Join us monthly to learn and play chess in the studio. The next date will be on February 23rd.
Here are 2 new timely reads on #immigration that confront the narrative of assimilation and upward mobility: @Suntimes
As immigration debate roils, new novels about immigrants are
New fiction about immigrants confront the narrative of assimilation and upward mobility. The books are set everywhere from Virginia to California.
Learning English is just one step in an immigrant's journey to reaching their goals. Follow us to join the community of support that leads to each learner's success! #MakeaDifference #learningbuildscommunity #EnglishAtLargeSuccess
Veteran tutors Geri and Colleen share their experience at tonight’s Information Session for prospective tutors.
Follow us to receive updates on ways you can make a difference for local immigrants! We are now recruiting volunteers for a resume review event Feb. 28th. Email email@example.com for more information. #MakeaDifference #Learningbuildscommunity #englishatlargesuccess
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