Change Lives Through Teaching
LIGHT OF HOPE IMMIGRATION LAW CENTER INC
Light of Hope Immigration Law Center is looking for individuals to teach Civics to our citizenship classes.
Bi-lingual, if possible, but not necessary. Classes are Monday night are at Schimelpfenig library in Plano; Tuesday night at First United Methodist Church in Plano, Thursday at Chase Oaks Family Center - all from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM. Saturday classes are at Chase Oaks Family Center from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM. If you're a history lover, and would enjoy teaching or volunteering with motivated and eager students, this could be a great opportunity for you to give back.
About LIGHT OF HOPE IMMIGRATION LAW CENTER INC
1339 19th St., Plano, TX 75074, US
To advocate for Family Reunification by compassionately serving low-income families with their legal immigration challenges.
Light of Hope Immigration Law Center was established in 2006 to provide legal services to low-income immigrant families Over the years the agency has helped reunify hundreds of families, found scholarships for DACA students, offered FREE citizenship classes in the Plano area, and provided a variety of Informative Sessions, and citizenship and DACA workshops. We've celebrated with hundreds of new citizens, educated the community about citizen rights, and cried when families see each other after years of separation. Our goal is to provide legal services to immigrants for a fee they can afford - and when they can't, to have resources that help us compassionately meet the needs of families who have immigration challenges.