Get ready! Your future  starts now.

You can develop the skills you need at the family-friendly Seis Puentes Education Center. 

 

Get ready! Your future  starts now.

You can develop the skills you need at the family-friendly Seis Puentes Education Center. 

 

GED, Career Readiness, ESL, and more.

Through our partnership with Pulaski County Special School District (PCSSD) we offer a variety of adult education in a judgement-free environment. Credentialed through PSSD, our classes align with state and testing standards – we even offer them in Spanish. Our classes are open to the general public, for anyone 18 years of age or older. It’s all free for learners.

GED, Career Readiness, ESL, and more.

Through our partnership with Pulaski County Special School District (PCSSD) we offer a variety of adult education in a judgement-free environment. Credentialed through PSSD, our classes align with state and testing standards – we even offer them in Spanish. Our classes are open to the general public, for anyone 18 years of age or older. It’s all free for learners.

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Class times

ESL (English as Second Language) Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Classes are held the following hours:

Monday: 9:30am – 2:30pm, 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Tuesday – Friday: 9:30am – 2:30pm

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How to register

For general classes (PCSSD), students need to come in person for an intake and placement test (which usually takes 1-2 hours). From there, they can either choose to work on our program in person or at home.

We encourage folx to call first, but we absolutely take walk ins!

Ingles Con Seis Puentes

ICSP is a new program at Seis Puentes. Our apparent objective is simple: aprender y practicar el ingles – to learn and practice English. But, you should already know that its so much more than that. ICSP is a chance to share fellowship with your neighbors. We play bingo, we get visits from NLRPD’s Victims Advocate Detective, learn how to pay bills, and how to sign up for Kroger cards. We share immigration resources; we do it all at ICSP.

ICSP is a change to establish and strengthen a relationship between the Latinx community and the community at large.

Ingles Con Seis Puentes

ICSP is a new program at Seis Puentes. Our apparent objective is simple: aprender y practicar el ingles – to learn and practice English. But, you should already know that its so much more than that. ICSP is a chance to share fellowship with your neighbors. We play bingo, we get visits from NLRPD’s Victims Advocate Detective, learn how to pay bills, and how to sign up for Kroger cards. We share immigration resources; we do it all at ICSP.

ICSP is a change to establish and strengthen a relationship between the Latinx community and the community at large.

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Class times

Ingles con Seis Puentes (ICSP) classes are held the following hours:

Tuesday: 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Thursday: 5:30pm – 6:30pm

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How to register

While you’re more than welcome to drop in, if you’d like to learn more about these classes, call 501-246-5188 or email info@seispuentes.org.

“My wife and I arrived from Ecuador, our native country, to live in Arkansas at the end of October 2021 and one of the first actions we took was to search the internet for an institution where we could learn English, learn a little more about American culture, mechanisms to find job opportunities and how and where to carry out procedures to obtain identification from the State, Social Security and Driver’s License. One of the options that the internet threw at me was “Seis Puentes”.

I was attended by Ms. Sue Kelly, who very kindly invited me to visit them and from the first day the visit was very satisfactory, the atmosphere very pleasant. We met its Director, Raul Fernandez, who was very attentive and ready to help us with all our needs.

The experience so far has been very fruitful, we are making progress in learning the English language, as well as learning to integrate into the community. The teachers are very professional. Our fellow students, most of them Hispanics, are very nice and eager to get ahead.”

Louis & carla

Helping our community any way we can.

In addition to our programs and classes, we do what we can to help people through the process of immigration – from sourcing food and supplies to helping them feel welcomed and supported in their new community.

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