Thank you for visiting the IMPRINT Coalition. Join our #UntappedTalent campaign to reimagine policies and open pathways so that everyone has a fair chance of reaching their educational and career goals.

Based at WES, IMPRINT is a national coalition working to advance public policies and promising models that support the economic inclusion of immigrants and refugees who hold international credentials in the U.S.

Vision

IMPRINT envisions a United States that values the education, skills, and experience of immigrants and refugees and ensures equitable access to pathways for success.

Mission

IMPRINT supports national, state, and local efforts to advance equitable and inclusive policies that break down barriers to upward economic mobility for immigrants and refugees who hold international credentials.

Our Principles

Opportunity

Ensure equal access to educational and professional opportunities

Investment

Invest in immigrants and refugees

Partnership

Partner with communities, policymakers, and advocates

Equity

Level the field for immigrants and refugees

Inclusion

Recognize and build upon the contributions of immigrants and refugees

About Us

The IMPRINT coalition is comprised of service providers, advocates, and educational institutions committed to removing barriers to economic mobility for immigrants and refugees. Learn more about IMPRINT members.

Our Members

#UntappedTalent: Inclusive Economies for All

Find out more about our campaign to reimagine policies that are inclusive of all workers and open pathways so that everyone has a fair chance of reaching their educational and career goals.

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Policy Advocacy

More than two million immigrants and refugees with a college degree are currently unemployed or underemployed. The IMPRINT coalition advocates for more equitable and inclusive policies that reduce barriers to upward economic mobility and open pathways for immigrants and refugees with international credentials.

IMPRINT Policy Tracker

IMPRINT’s interactive policy tracker monitors state and federal policies aimed at reducing barriers to the economic integration of immigrants and refugees with international credentials.

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