English Classes for Seniors
This program was launched for the first time in October 2019.
The VCAC English classes for seniors are designed to provide Spanish-speaking seniors the vocabulary, listening, speaking and writing skills they need to be able to overcome the language barrier that English represents for newcomers, and help them to integrate to the Canadian Society. Once our senior 55+ people learn the basic English vocabulary and grammar, they will feel confident to socialize with the English-speaking community. They will also learn the way Canadians speak English, improve their confidence in speaking, and make new friends.
Thus, the VCAC is executing one of its mandates, that is support its members in adapting and integrating to the Canadian Culture.
Teacher of English as a Second Language Superlearning Ph: +1 403 708 5827 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebeca Mijares Bachelor’s degree in Modern Languages
Ph: +1 403 815-9962
Spanish classes to the Calgarian Community
Traveling to a Spanish-speaking country can be a little bit scary if you don’t know the local language.
If you’re a complete beginner and want to get the most out of your trip to a Central or South American country. This course is for you.
You will learn the basic vocabulary and key phrases to survive everyday situations. For instance, ordering food, reserving a hotel, asking for directions, and others.
Mastering the essentials will not only help you interact more successfully but also make your trip more enjoyable!
Bachelor’s degree in Modern Languages
+1 (403) 815-9962
English Classes for Refugees
The ESL course is designed for refugee claimants in Canada. That does not qualify for English Courses provided by the Government of Canada. These courses will give enough knowledge to the participants who are looking to improve their English skills.
These Courses will permit the students to learn English in the real world. The students will learn by listening, speaking, reading, and writing. After completing these three levels, the students will be able to work and communicate effectively and express themselves in English. In addition, they will:
- Understand relatively simple texts on a variety of topics.
- Speak, read, and write using the basic grammatical structures.
- Introduce themselves and someone else.
- Describe objects
- Learn about the regular and irregular verbs
- Write sentences in present, past, and future
- Conjugate the most useful/common verbs in the present
The connection between mentors and mentees will be three months with minimum contact of 1-2 per week. The relationship can continue after the first three months and be reactivated if both parties agree to do it.
The match will be made base on a survey fill up by all the participants, trying to connect similar profiles (not always possible).
Supporting professional newcomers, professional young, and the community in general through our Professional Mentorship Program by teaching employment-related skills, workshop, and personal tutorial for them to learn the techniques required to find a job in their area of expertise
People will receive Personalized Career Guidance and Support. This program matches newcomers/professionals young with local experts who share similar professional backgrounds.
Skilled newcomers are launched into the job search process by providing them with information about:
- The requirements, needs, and expectations of employers.
- Creating professional networks.
- Learning about the Canadian Resume Stile.
- Understanding the Canadian culture.
- Adapting to the Canadian workplace.
- Learning about the hidden job market
- Providing recommendation about learning activities and informative seminars supported by such as Job searching, resumes, Taxes, entrepreneurship, and much more
Advance of Education Scholarship program
The VCAC scholarship program encourages excellence among the community members and young generations. The scholarships will be awarded based on academic performance and using a systematic approach, looking for a comprehensive citizen to represent the community in educational institutions. In addition, participants must have proven performance in other areas such as arts, sports, volunteering work, etc.
The VCAC is actively looking for alliances to sponsor this program.
Carlos Ignacio Garcia
CIG is a financial advisor who provides the clients a good understanding of the various vehicles used to secure and grow the client investments. Their philosophy is that if the clients know about their financial situation, the more likely clients are to reach their financial goals, and they’re here to help the clients do that. They embrace investor education because it enables us to build strong relationships with our clients.
The scholarships will be awarded for the academic year, valued at $1,000.00 each per year. The Sponsors will contribute 50% ($500.00), and The VCAC will donate the other 50% ($500.00) per scholarship.