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LaGuardia Community College SAVE-EMT Program Has to Close its Doors but Free U.S. Citizenship Classes and Legal Services Program Became Available for the Community
A graduate of a special program at LaGuardia Community College receives his certificate in EMT training.
Long Island City, NY (March 6, 2017)—The TimesLedger, which publishes 13 weekly newspapers throughout the borough of Queens, recently published an article about the ending ofLaGuardia’s SAVE-EMT program, a free program that helped nearly 400 underemployed and unemployed New Yorkers train to work as emergency medical technicians, while at the same time LaGuardia’s Center for Immigrant Education and Training has a new partnership with Catholic Migration Services to provide New Yorkers with access to free U.S. citizenship classes and legal services. The new program is predicted to prepare approximately 200 New Yorkers for the U.S. citizenship examination.
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