Learn about our work to advance policies that give immigrants and refugees a fair chance of reaching their educational and career goals.
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 United States. The programs focus on career preparation, contextualized English language learning, and licensing and credentialing guidance and are offered by a variety of service providers, including advocacy and public education institutions and technical assistance and resource providers. The map’s data tool displays demographic data on college-educated immigrants and refugees in the U.S.
The U.S. Program Map was designed to connect and inform service providers, technical assistance providers, researchers, policymakers, advocates, and funders. The map shows where there are efforts to open pathways to employment commensurate with the skills and experience of internationally educated immigrants and refugees. It also highlights opportunities for local engagement.
The U.S. Program Map showcases programs and services that meet the following criteria:
The programs on the map are self-reported and are not necessarily endorsed by WES.
If you would like your program or service to be featured on this map, please complete this 3-minute survey which will help us to determine your program’s eligibility. Kindly forward the survey link if you know of another organization that might be interested in being included. For more information, contact us here.