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Esperanza Center Educational Services

ESOL Classes

Esperanza’s Educational Services program provides free or low-cost ESOL and financial literacy classes. We offer educational programs for adults and youth:

    • For information and to register for adult ESOL classes, click here.
    • For information about the adult program, click here.
    • For information about the youth program, click here.
    • For more information for volunteer teachers, click here.

Esperanza Center offers informal English for Speakers of other Languages (ESOL) classes and financial literacy classes. Please call 667-600-2901 or text 667-217-1095 for more information about financial literacy classes.

Come learn with us! You won’t find more student-friendly and affordable language classes anywhere else in Baltimore!

Contact Educational Services:
667-600-2943
[email protected]

Citizenship Classes

Esperanza Center partners with Baltimore City Community College to offer free classes for people preparing to take the U.S. citizenship test. As of summer 2021, these are still offered online only. Please contact BCCC for more information and to register.

Computer Classes

Please check back soon for information about Spanish-language basic computing classes. In the meantime, please check out these other Baltimore-area resources:

Immigrant Outreach Service Center: computer classes for immigrant women.
410-323-8564, [email protected]

Enoch Pratt Free Library: Free computer classes in English, various topics.

Financial Literacy Classes

We partner with M&T Bank to offer free financial literacy classes in Spanish. Please call 667-600-2901 or text 667-217-1095 for more information and to register.

Spanish Classes

Esperanza Center is not offering Spanish classes at this time.
Contact Educational Services:
667-600-2943
[email protected]

Are you interested in Volunteer-Teaching?

Please visit this page to learn more! Or reach out to the Volunteer Coordinator at [email protected] and fill out a volunteer profile here. Thanks for your interest!

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Esperanza Center Health Services

The Esperanza Health Center Health Services Clinic (ECHC) provides free medical and dental services to uninsured immigrants in the metropolitan Baltimore region who do not qualify for government-sponsored health insurance.

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Immigration Legal Services at the Esperanza Center

Immigration Legal Services (ILS) was founded in 1994 to provide low-cost legal counseling and representation in humanitarian and family-based immigration matters.

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Esperanza Center History

In the early 1960s, a socially-motivated young woman named Nancy Conrad returned to Baltimore from Latin America where she had been serving with the Young Christian Workers.

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