Our ALP (Adult Literacy Program) students are beginning their English language journey today! We're also very happy to see some familiar faces return to this program and continue to advance their English level.👨🏫👨🏫👩🏫👩🏫
We know how hard it is to start a new life in a new country with different culture, especially with the language barrier. Learning English might be the very first step a new immigrant will take when they're ready to start a new life in the U.S. If you need to learn and improve English skills, come join our FREE ALP (Adult Literacy Program)/ESL class.
12/10/18 - 3/14/19 (Monday - Thursday)
Morning Class: 9 am - 11: 30 am OR
Afternoon Class: 1 pm - 3:30 pm
For registration or more information, please see the program flyer here, or contact us at 212-571-1690, ext. 200 or 213.
On Tuesday, May 22, our ALP students and staff joined more than 300 other ALP students and staff members from all over the city at DYCD’s annual ALP Student Achievement Celebration at the American India Museum.
our student Joyce Ma, took the stage and shared her immigration experience—from her initial shock and self-doubt to her regaining of self-esteem and direction, with the help from our ALP program.
Our students Joanna Lin, an opera singer, sang “God Bless America” and Frank Zhou, a Tai-Chi master and current NYC champion, performed Tai-Chi.
On April 25th, united as the 15% & Growing Campaign, CMP participated in a city-wide Asian American community effort to bring awareness to our elected officials about our community needs, urging for a fair share of resources and support to legislation that protects the disadvantaged ones and ensure economic vitality in our community.