Adult Education

Nashville World Outreach Partnership offers several adult education classes to support and serve the adult refugees and immigrants living in the South Nashville area.  Classes include English, Citizenship, Digital Literacy for Women and Driver’s Education.


Several levels of English classes are offered for the adult learner, from beginning literacy to intermediate.  They are designed to build and strengthen the student’s English skills to help them live and function in Nashville.  Our classes are taught by Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) certified teachers.

Beginning and Intermediate English classes meet on Mondays at 10:00am.

For more information, contact Rebekah Pope at 615-481-0117,


The Citizenship classes are for lawful permanent residents who want to become citizens.  Students will learn about the naturalization process.  They will receive help to improve their English speaking, reading and writing skills.  Students will learn the civics questions, both US history and government that could be asked during the naturalization test.

We offer two different times for Citizenship class.  Tuesday nights at 5:30pm and Thursday mornings at 10:00am.

For more information, contact Rebekah Pope at 615-481-0117,

Digital Literacy for Women

The Digital Literacy class works with refugee and immigrant women who have been in the USA for less than 5 years.  Its goal is to enhance, educate, and empower them in the digital world.  This class is in partnership with Catholic Charities and is a 12 week program.

Classes are offered on Monday mornings at 11:00.

For more information and to register, contact Sipal Haji at 615-594-6811,

Driver’s Education

The Driver’s Education class is a weekly class designed to work with teenage and adult refugees and immigrants to help them pass the written portion of the exam.

Classes are offered on Tuesday nights at 5:30pm.

For more information, contact Shannon Queen at 615-476-2072,