OCC offers for-credit ESL courses in writing/reading, grammar/listening (four levels of each) as well as two levels of speaking courses. Two of the college's campuses also offer a lower level, non-credit course called the Bridge Class for students who are not yet ready for the lowest level college credit program.
Walled Lake Adult Education provides English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction for students to improve their skills in reading, writing, speaking, listening and life skills. Also offered are classes for high school completion for a diploma and GED. Classes begin in September, January and March.
Welcome Mat Detroit is a clearinghouse of local resources for immigrants to Southeast Michigan. The site provides a number of ways to find service providers in the area. Under the Database section you can search by keyword, service category, language, culture and/or location. You can also click on the Services button, which lists providers by category, or the Map button, which tags providers in the area on a map. The Resources section of the website lists information on a number of useful topics such as local ESL providers and how to choose an immigration lawyer.
West Bloomfield School District Adult Education offers English as a Second Language classes at all levels from pre-literacy through advanced including specialized classes such as TOEFL, TOEIC, pronunciation, accent reduction, vocational and conversation-based classes. Additionally, they offer classes in career certification.
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