Language Services


3631 Perkins Ave., Ste. 2A-W, Cleveland, OH 44114  (or) 730 Carroll Street, Akron, OH 44304

What Do They Do?  Translation and interpretation services, helping children get used to American culture and the English language, citizenship classes, immigration legal services, etc. http://www.asiaohio.org/programs/ 

Organization Statement: 

Founded in 1995 by four Asian immigrant women, the mission of ASIA is to empower Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Northeastern Ohio to access quality, culturally and linguistically appropriate information and services. The agency was founded under the premise that with the right support to individuals and families, the community will flourish and thrive.

http://www.asiaohio.org/
Cleveland: 216-881-0330 Akron: 330-535-3263


2031 West 30th Street Cleveland, OH 44113
44113

What Do They Do?

Bible studies, care groups and community development activities and coordination
Mentoring relationships for refugees, immigrants, unemployed adults and youth
English instruction and citizenship test preparation programs
Translation assistance for non-English-speaking people
Tutoring, literacy and GED preparation programs
Employment skills-building and workforce development programs
After-school programs for children and students
Recovery ministries
Health information/awareness ministries
Assistance in times of crisis (food, clothing and cash assistance as it is available)

Organization Statement:

Building Hope in the City is an independent Lutheran organization that seeks to strengthen urban ministry and mission in Northeast Ohio and beyond. Formed in August 2003, Building Hope in the City owes its birth to God’s blessings and grace at Trinity Lutheran Church, a thriving, 157-year-old LCMS congregation located just outside of downtown Cleveland. Since 1992 and under the spiritual direction of Rev. Jeff Johnson, Trinity has grown steadily in size and strength. The desire to share these blessings with other urban congregations drove the formation of Building Hope in the City as a separate mission organization. Today, with a dedicated board, staff and hundreds of volunteers, Building Hope in the City’s efforts stretch from Cleveland to Akron, Fort Wayne and Cincinnati. The organization provides a broad new voice for urban missions and for the importance of God’s People to be present in the city, sharing His Word and their witness to His redeeming love in Christ.

http://www.buildinghopeinthecity.org
(216) 281-4673


815 Superior Ave E #100  Cleveland, OH 44114
44114

The International Services Center of Cleveland (ISC) is a non-profit, non-sectarian social services agency, which exists to be a welcoming support system for newly arrived refugees and immigrants. As the oldest refugee resettlement organization in Northeast Ohio we have helped over 13,000 refugees and immigrants transition to life in America and thousands more become citizens.

http://internationalservicescenter.org/
(216) 781-4560


20954 Halburton Road, Beachwood, OH 44122
44122

Description of Organization’s services: World Languages and Cultures Center is dedicated to providing excellent services in foreign languages education, cultural consulting, interpreting and translation services, and ESL classes. Does your business want to train your employees in the areas of foreign languages and cultural intelligence? We can help. Are you determined to create a harmonious and friendly work environment for a team of culturally diverse employees? We can help. Are you a new immigrant or international student who wants to improve your English and effectively cope with culture shock? We can help. Would you like to get your children start early on a fun bilingual/multilingual journey to be better prepared for our rapidly globalizing world? We can help. Do you need translators and interpreters for international business, court appearance, doctor’s appointments, conferences and lectures, etc? We can help.
Languages + Cultures = The Key To The World

http://www.languagespluscultures.com
216-548-3021

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