Youth & Family Services
Family Literacy Class
The Family Literacy class is a space for low-English parents and their children ages 0-5 to come and engage in English lessons through age-appropriate learning activities.
- Dates: September - June
- Times: Monday - Thursday, 9:30am-12:20pm
- Meant for: children ages 0-5 and primary caregivers
- Location: Online
- Cost: Free!
First Steps - Early Learning Education
Refugee and Immigrant Student Engagement (RISE) Club
We collaborate with the Kent School District in King County to provide an after-school program at Mill Creek Middle School.
Students can connect with World Relief volunteers and interns to get help with homework, ask question about school culture or problems they are facing, connect with other kids, and develop a trusted relationship with a mentor or volunteer.
For information about enrolling your student email Brielle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refugee Youth Summer Academy
Our 5-week Summer Academy in King County in July and August is open to refugee and immigrant youth grades K-8th. Through hands-on lessons, field trips, and educational activities, students build community, learn English, receive academic support, and have fun together.
Registration for Summer Academy 2023 opens in March.
Arriving to the United States represents a momentous transition for a family with children.
Does your family need a little extra help?
Would you like to connect with a volunteer to help your children with school?
Would you like to see if your children will be a good fit for any of World Relief's youth programs?