Aug/Tue/2022 7:00 PM - Aug/Tue/2022 8:00 PM
Presented by Inginia Jackson and Madelyn Ortiz
Tuesday, July 26
Please note: This program will take place at Pawling Recreation.
Registration is required. You can register below or by contacting Donald, our Adult Program Coordinator, at email@example.com. You can also register in-person or by calling the library at 845-855-3444.
The Pawling Library and Camino al Éxito Project for All invite you to the first community workshop in Spanish.
At this introductory program you’ll learn about the non-profit organization Camino Al Éxito’s Project for All and their mission to create a variety of important services for the Latino community. Attendees will have the opportunity to provide input on their interests and needs for upcoming workshops.
About our presenters:
Inginia Jackson holds a Master Degree in Special Education and is currently a bilingual teacher at the Bedford Central School district. With a thriving passion to serve the community, Ms. Jackson has developed different community workshops for the Bedford Central School District to educate and integrate the Latino community. She is affiliated with Neighbors Links to speak about teachers' expectations in the early grades, and has also worked for a non-profit organization in the Westchester area to support U.S residents with their citizenship application process. Inginia Jackson and her husband invested in the town of Pawling 6 years ago and are thrilled to be part of the Pawling community.
Madelyn Ortiz has been an educator and advocate for multilingual learners and families for over 25 years. Ms. Ortiz’s experience as a Bilingual and TESOL teacher has allowed her to engage in a variety of projects that promote language development for multilingual learners. Ms. Ortiz is a leader and pioneer in the planning and implementation of curriculum and school programming. Her engagement with families extends beyond the classroom, as she has collaborated with Neighbor’s Link, a community based organization to offer workshops for parents on how to optimize learning during remote instruction and connect with school personnel to promote learning for their child. Ms. Ortiz engages in political action as a NYSUT representative, is an adjunct professor at CUNY Hunter College and is a regional delegate for NYSABE. Her work centers on advocacy for the multilingual community. Ms. Ortiz holds degrees and credentials from the City University of New York at Lehman College, College of New Rochelle and the College of St. Rose where she completed her Certificate in Advanced Studies in School Building Administration. Her work with Camino Al Éxito Project For All will help integrate the linguistically diverse community and elevate their participation to allow for voice and membership.
Camino Al Éxito’s Project for All
Camino al Éxito is a Hispanic led organization which strives to provide services to the Latino community for its successful integration and development.
Camino al Éxito’s core mission is to provide English as a Second Language adult education, GED programs, mentoring for teens, after school tutoring, college readiness guidance, citizenship application assistance, empowerment seminars and community engagement workshops including parent education and early childhood programs.
The Pawling Library is proud to be partnering with Pawling Recreation for this program.
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