About Us -

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The Center serves as a welcome resource for parents to support them in advocating for their children's academic achievement. Through survival-based programming, the Center offers English classes, Digital Literacy, Citizenship prep, access to community services, and uniquely designed workshops. Programs are crafted to meet parent needs and encourage parental involvement and leadership in the community at large. Ultimately the Center strives to provide the skills and tools to understand and navigate the U.S. educational, legal and health systems.

ELL Parent Class photo


        Sabiha Patel

Office Assistants and Teaching Staff

  • Nadia Seitz

  • Khurshid Keriwala

  • Margaret Feit Clarke

  • Mariyam Jawed

  • Sayeh Taba 


Center Objectives:

  1. Literacy - so that parents can effectively communicate in all areas of their daily life. 

  2. Access to Community Resources - so that parents and caregivers can be supported in raising physically, mentally and socially sound families. 

  3. Parent Education - so that parents themselves can model life-long learning and grow personally and professionally. 

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