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Student Perspective

Student Mario RomeroMario moved to the United States from Mexico in 1991, looking to support his family. At 20-years-old, he had just arrived in Washington, DC when he enrolled at the Carlos Rosario School. He took one semester of English, and got the basics of the language. Coming here, he says, “was difficult at first, I had… Read more »

Meet Mario, 2016 Most Outstanding Adult Ed Student

Quick Facts

  • 2,500

    Students enrolled annually

  • 364

    students graduated in 2014

  • 115

    Students earned elementary and middle school certificates and GED diplomas in 2013

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Last week the Small Business class had Angela Neira, a Small Business Specialist and Loan Officer, as a guest speaker. Angela works with the local nonprofit Life Asset, which provides micro-loans and technical assistance to entrepreneurs. She spoke about their micro loan program, as well as how and where to register a business in D.C.
There are still three Spanish-language classes left in the Small Business Workshop Series, Saturdays from 9:30am to 12:30pm. Contact Raul Medrano for more information and to sign up: (202) 797-4700.
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This month 23 students participated in an all-day Career Readiness Training Program. During the class, students assessed their strengths and weaknesses, identified ways of finding a job, practiced building their resumes, learned how to complete a job application, and practiced their interview skills. ... See MoreSee Less

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