Deming, NM- Two more classes graduated from the WNMU Language Institute’s Domestic Program. One was a class of nine completing the Level 2 courses, where students are still learning the basics of the English language, and the other was a class of six from the Level 10 courses, which features a college-level curriculum. The graduation was hosted on February 1st at the WNMU Deming campus, by Director Manuel Rodriguez.
Also in attendance was Director of Applied Technologies James Ortiz, Director of WNMU Deming Kenneth Leupold, ESL Instructor Eric Ockerhausen and the Language Institute’s Rosemary Grijalva-Arzate. The goal of the Language Institute’s domestic program is to get local community members proficient in both English and Spanish. Being Bilingual can greatly boost employment opportunities.
The students should begin classes at the next level this coming week at the WNMU Deming Branch, with both courses completely filled.