WES continues to receive academic documents from institutions around the globe, including 10,000 that now send us secure digital files. For updates, visit our notifications page.

WES Global Talent Bridge Resources

Browse resources, including fact sheets, policy briefs, and toolkits, from WES Global Talent Bridge and other WES partners.

Workforce Development Practitioner
Adult Educator
Advocate
Policy Maker
Refugee Resettlement Provider
Community College
Adult Education
Workforce Development
Policy
Reports and Research

Reports and Research

WES Global Talent Bridge Reports and Research

Browse reports and research-based resources from WES Global Talent Bridge and the IMPRINT Coalition.

Events and Training

Events and Training

WES Global Talent Bridge Events and Training

Browse live and on-demand training events and webinars from WES Global Talent Bridge and the IMPRINT Coalition.

Career Pathways Guides and Resources

Career Pathways Guides and Resources

WES Career Pathways Guides and Resources

WES Career Pathways e-guides and additional resources provide guidance to internationally trained immigrants and refugees who are seeking to use their international education and experience in the U.S.

U.S. Program Map
image/svg+xml

U.S. Program Map

Mapping Programs and Services That Support Internationally Educated Immigrants and Refugees

The WES Global Talent Bridge U.S. Program Map features more than 100 programs and services that foster the economic and professional advancement of internationally trained immigrants and refugees in the U.S.

U.S. Data Tool
image/svg+xml

U.S. Data Tool

Interactive Resource Featuring National- and State-Level Workforce Data on Skill Underutilization

Our interactive U.S. Data Tool features national- and state-level data on the underemployment and skill underutilization of college-educated immigrants in the U.S. You can filter by state to compare the data.

IMPRINT Policy Tracker

IMPRINT Policy Tracker

Tracking Policies to Promote the Economic Integration of Internationally Trained Immigrants and Refugees

IMPRINT’s interactive policy tracker monitors state and federal policies aimed at reducing barriers to employment for immigrants and refugees with international credentials.

Supporting Skilled Immigrants: A Toolkit for ESL Practitioners

Supporting Skilled Immigrants: A Toolkit for ESL Practitioners

Supporting Skilled Immigrants: A Toolkit for ESL Practitioners

Supporting Skilled Immigrants has been developed for ESL practitioners who teach internationally educated immigrants. It will also serve as a useful guide for anyone who advises or works with internationally educated immigrants.

Community College Guide

Community College Guide

Bridging the Gap for Internationally -Educated Immigrants

The WES Global Talent Bridge Community College Guide highlights effective program models and promising practices from community colleges across the country

Recognizing the Role of Internationally Trained Health Workers Beyond COVID-19

Recognizing the Role of Internationally Trained Health Workers Beyond COVID-19

Recognizing the role of Internationally Trained Health Workers Beyond COVID-19: Key Lessons for Long Term Change

In response to the urgency of the COVID-19 pandemic, governors in six states issued executive orders that allowed internationally trained immigrant and refugee health workers to pursue temporary licensure and practice. Read more about these policies and how they highlight the need for permanent policy solutions that address the barriers to employment that internationally trained immigrant and refugee health workers face in the U.S.

Opening Pathways to Practice for Internationally Trained Physicians

Opening Pathways to Practice for Internationally Trained Physicians

Opening Pathways to Practice for Internationally Trained Physicians: State Policy Options

Internationally trained physicians, or IMGs, often face significant barriers to health care workforce reentry in the United States due to systemic barriers to licensure. Some states have taken steps to address such barriers. This brief provides an overview of state policy models to open pathways to licensure.