Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center is a community center located near Sunnyvale Apartments. Open to the community and with an emphasis on services for refugees and immigrants, Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center offers English language classes, afterschool programs, and outreach and walk-in services right where people live.
Why the Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center?
The Sunnyvale neighborhood is home to a large number of refugee, immigrant, and low-income households. In the area surrounding Sunnyvale, well over half of all children are receiving free or reduced lunch. The neighborhood is also located in a gap between the borders of four cities (South Salt Lake, Murray, Taylorsville, and Unincorporated Millcreek) in an unincorporated area of Salt Lake County—meaning it falls outside the service areas for funding from those cities. The Center was established in 2012 as a direct response to concerns from community members and service providers that neighborhood residents could not access the support and programming they needed. By situating the Center in the heart of the neighborhood, residents can find the help and community they need within steps of their own homes.
RIC-AAU provides English classes, afterschool programs, and provides walk-in and outreach services for the community at Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center. Through strong partnerships with other community organizations, we are also able to host citizenship classes, financial literacy workshops, mobile health clinics, nutrition education and more.
English as a Second Language Classes
ESL classes for English language learners at varying levels are held from 9:00AM-12:00PM, Mondays through Thursdays, at Sunnyvale. Classes are kept to 12 students for more individualized instruction, and taught by TESOL-certified instructors. To register, contact Gayane Manukyan, or 801-990-9475. To volunteer as a tutor, please contact our volunteer coordinator at .
Come see us! Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center is located at 585 W 3900 S #2, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84123.