U.S. Citizenship Preparation Classes at the Virginia Historical Society
March 14, 2017 to April 25, 2017 | 6:30 - 8:30 pm | Cost: $35 per participant (includes all 7 classes)
A nation cannot exist without its citizens.
What does it mean to become a citizen of the United States? What benefits and rights are enjoyed by citizens? What are the responsibilities of citizenship? These questions, and many others, will be answered in this preparatory course of how to take the United States Citizenship Test.
In this 7-session course, Dr. Anita Nadal, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Spanish Instruction Community Liaison at Virginia Commonwealth University, will prepare you to successfully complete each section of the U.S. Citizenship Test. Like other citizenship courses, students will learn civics, government, history, and geography lessons necessary to pass the citizenship examination. Unlike other citizenship courses, this course, held at the Virginia Historical Society, offers students opportunities to personally interact with original historic objects, maps, books, and documents as well as engage with experts in the history of this state and nation.
This course will offer you expert instruction as well as a unique experience as you effectively and efficiently prepare yourself for the citizenship test.
Sunday, 10–5 (Galleries & Museum Shop)
Museum and Gardens are open by appointment
Admission $6 adults (Free for members)