Edwin Mejia

ESOL Program Coordinator

Life Skills ESOL Coordinator Edwin Mejia is from the D.C./Maryland area, but his family is from El Salvador. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and Spanish from Indiana Wesleyan University. His CASA journey started in August 2013, as an ESOL Teacher for the Evening classes. He then had the opportunity to teach the Workforce Plus Saturday classes. He also worked and volunteered with the AmeriCorps program at CASA for two years. He transitioned to the ESOL coordinator in December 2017. He says that as coordinator, he has learned a lot and worked alongside a fantastic group of people including teachers, co-workers, and especially the ESOL students of diverse backgrounds. He enjoys getting to see the progress and accomplishments of each student learning a new language and setting new goals after completing the’ESOL program. He is proud to be part of an organization that helps people in so many ways.