This is a community-based-learning course conducted entirely in Spanish in the classroom and in English and/or Spanish in the community. The heart of the course is approximately 15 hours of work tutoring elementary school children from Spanish-speaking families in St. Mary’s County. Other activities to support the Spanish-speaking community might arise depending on need, such as helping at local events, translating, working with other community partners, or tutoring English to Spanish-speaking adults. Class time has the purpose of contextualizing students’ experience in the community and deepening their self-reflection and collaboration with community partners. In-class topics include topic-specific vocabulary, perspectives on and from the Latina/o community and Latin America about education and immigration, concepts of community citizenship, local and national immigrant communities from Latin America, and current events in immigration. This course satisfies the core curriculum requirement in ELAW. Prerequisite: ILCS 206, or ILCS 260, or ILCS 360, or consent of the instructor.