Language & Life Skills

The MVMC is pleased to offer language and life skills classes. Current offerings are: drivers exam preparation, Spanish club for kids, Spanish classes for adults, a Spanish conversation table, and adult English as a Second Language classes. For more details about these classes, read below or contact the MVMC.

Spanish Class (for adults)

Spanish Conversation Table

The Spanish Conversation Tables will not be held during the month of November. They will resume on Thursday, December 7th.

The MCMC is pleased to host a free Spanish Conversation table on Thursday evenings at the Moab Valley Multicultural Center. All levels are welcome! The conversation is led by an experienced Spanish teacher.Conversation Table If you are interested in participating, just come and join the conversation. Free

Spanish Classes for adults

The MVMC offers Spanish classes for adults on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. These classes are taught by a retired Spanish teacher and are offered in three levels: beginner, advanced beginner, and intermediate/advanced. See below for more details. $5/class

Spanish Club (for kids)

We lead a BEACON after-school club, often focusing on the Spanish language, for 1st – 6th graders on Mondays from 3:30-5:00 PM. Contact BEACON at 435-260-2914 to inquire about enrolling your child.

English as a Second Language

We partner with Arches Education Center to offer English as a Second Language (ESL) for adults. These classes provide a life skills based curriculum. We hope to empower students with language skills to help navigate daily life and to actively participate in the community.

Classes are held at the University of Utah (125 W 200 S) from 5:30-7:30 pm on Mondays, Tuesdays. and Wednesdays.

For more information, contact Kelsey at Arches Education Center (435)260-8764, koprowskik@grandschools.org

Drivers Exam Preperation

The MVMC has developed a curriculum to help prepare non-English speakers  to take the Utah drivers license exam. The curriculum primarily focuses on pertinent vocabulary and scenario discussion.
The class is available both individually or in a small group. The course is currently being offered with a bilingual tutor. Each class is 1 hour and costs $5. To complete the curriculum, which covers the entire Utah Drivers Handbook, one can expect to attend 10 classes. For more information on how to sign-up, stop by the Center or contact the MVMC at 435-259-5444.
We are also happy to offer information about the process to obtain a Utah Drivers License or Driving Privilege Card. Feel free to contact the MVMC with any questions.

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