Conversational Spanish Class Flyer

Conversational Spanish is the latest addition to OIC’s line up language programming for the summer of 2018. Conversational Spanish is offered in partnership with the Metro Technology Centers and Mt. Triumph Baptist Church. This 10-week Spanish language course is held at the OIC, 3033 North Walnut Street, Building East in Oklahoma City, just north of…

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Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County Inc. (OIC) is announcing three new classes in partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and Oklahoma City University:  Conversational English & Introduction to Citizenship and Coffee Chat Tuesdays. All classes are held at the OIC, 3033 North Walnut Street Building East in Oklahoma City, just north of the State…

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Spring is all about rebirth, regrowth, and new beginnings. Spring is a season of change, and just like the tulips and daffodils are waking from the long winter, the OIC’s family welcomes new teachers and courses. We are grateful for the innovation and hope that our new teachers will create at the OIC. Will you…

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Oklahoma City, OK – Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County (OIC) Literacy program will hold an informative workshop on illiteracy in the Oklahoma Metro area. The one-hour “Reasons for Illiteracy” informational workshop will cover the common issues of why Oklahoma City adult residents are unable to read.  The session will also provide information regarding OIC’s…

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Oklahoma City, OK – This week, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County, Inc. (OIC) a $10,000 grant to support adult literacy programming at the agency.  This local grant award is part of over $7.1 million in grants awarded to more than 900 schools, nonprofits and organizations across the 43…

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The novelty of our programs lie in their self-paced format. Students are evaluated based solely on their specific needs. Utilizing a variety of testing tools students begin working in the classroom on those areas for which they need the greatest attention. For Reading, computers, life skills and more! Get in touch >

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General Educational Development (GED): For out-of-school youth and adults who wish to prepare for the GED test and obtain their high school diploma.

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The common issues of why 1 in 5 Oklahoma City adult residents are unable to read will be covered. The session will also provide information regarding OIC’s adult literacy tutoring program. We’ll be holding an hour session regarding “Reasons for Illiteracy” on March 17 from 1 to 2 pm. Many of us take reading for granted,…

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