The Intercultural Institute of California and the Korean Community Center of the East Bay have partnered to provide the San Francisco Bay Area with Free English classes and Free immigration counseling. Learn more about how our services can help you achieve citizenship in the United States of America.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.”
The mission of the Intercultural Institute of California is to provide affordable ESL education to post-secondary students in the Bay Area and all ESL learners around the world, so that they are able to succeed in their pursuit of higher education, career development and personal growth.
The administrative staff and instructors at the Intercultural Institute of California are experts in the field of ESL and Civics instruction. Our administrative staff are bilingual and can assist our students in Korean, Mandarin, and Portuguese. KCCEB is the only Korean agency with the Department of Justice (DOJ) Recognition and Accreditation in the Bay Area since 2011. With this Recognition and Accreditation, KCCEB staff is able to provide certified immigration legal services.
DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION
Kenny is responsible for the Civics ESL program operation and school policy.
As an immigrant of America, I am very passionate about helping others achieve citizenship while respecting our individual cultures and beliefs.
CHIEF OF PROGRAM INTEGRATION
Yeri is responsible for the programs legal and attorney affairs at KCCEB.
Our goal is to provide legal assistance to low-income immigrant families and individuals who may not be able to afford high private attorney fees to help their naturalization application.
Vera is focused on Citizenship curriculum development and Civics student services
Having the personal experience in the U.S. Naturalization process, I am excited to assist you in the journey of becoming a U.S. citizen.
CIVICS PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Chris is the head of citizenship instruction and civics program development at IIC
My goal for this course is that you acquire the fundamental skills needed to pass your citizenship test in English and to celebrate the diversity you bring to class.
The Intercultural Institute of California and The Korean Center Incorporated has partnered with the Korean Community Center of the East Bay to bring FREE immigration legal counsel and FREE formalized ESL citizenships courses for legal permanent residents residing in the Bay Area.