ESL or English for Successful Living

How to start your own LaAmistad English for Successful Living Program
  1. Find a church or facility that is willing to start an adult English as a Second Language (ESL) program. Usually the church’s Sunday School classrooms provide the perfect location for an ESL program.

  2. Identify an area to serve where there is a need for this type of program and that is close to the facility.

  3. Contact a LaAmistad representative to discuss setting up a working partnership and starting a LaAmistad ESL program. We will provide you with consultative help to assess your school profile and the optimal program to maximize success. Additionally, we will share best practices to help you navigate your unique organization’s approval process. We will then send you a proposal specific to your program’s size and scope followed by the license agreement.

  4. Receive a LaAmistad English for Successful Living start-up kit providing you with everything you need to get started such as the LaAmistad English for Successful Living Operations Manual; volunteer recruitment materials; brochures explaining the program in English, Spanish and Portuguese; advertisement posters; the curriculum; lesson plans; etc.

  5. Visit LaAmistad English for Successful Living and see this magnificent program in action. We offer volunteer trainings, meetings, and workshops.

  6. Start your own LaAmistad English for Successful Living with no worries. A LaAmistad representative will be with you every step of the way. We provide onsite consultation and support, workshops, and special trainings and materials to guarantee you have all the tools you need to run a successful program and make a true impact in your community.