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Momentum for Reform: More than 130 Groups Call for a More Inclusive Economy

Tuesday January 31, 2023 | by Ngoc Nguyen

This week, the IMPRINT Coalition concluded the #UntappedTalent campaign – IMPRINT’s first national awareness-raising initiative to advance policy reforms that are inclusive of immigrant and refugee workers in the United States. Since September 2021, the campaign has received overwhelming support from more than ...

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Advancing the Economic Inclusion of Immigrants and Refugees: State Policy Priorities for 2023

Monday January 30, 2023 | by Natalie Torres

As 2023 state legislative sessions begin across the United States, policymakers have the opportunity to promote economic inclusion and open career pathways for immigrants and refugees. Immigrants and refugees have education, credentials, and experience that could help meet immediate workforce needs and bolster ...

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How WES Canada Supports Immigrant Youth in Building Their Careers

Wednesday January 18, 2023 | by GTB Canada

The socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have created a unique climate for youth navigating the Canadian labour market. These impacts have also shed light on long-standing trends wherein high rates of educational success may not translate to commensurate employment outcomes for emerging ...

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Spotlight on Salem: A Small Community College ESOL Program Leaving a Lasting Impact

Tuesday January 17, 2023 | by Stefanie Vasquez

When WES Global Talent Bridge program manager, Mikaela Santos, visited Chemeketa Community College in November 2022, she sat down with several internationally trained immigrants and refugees who had just completed a career assistance program, Empowering Professional Immigrant Careers (EPIC), at the college’s English for Speakers ...

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The WES Economic Inclusion Forum: Building a Future for Immigrants and Refugees in the U.S.

Friday January 6, 2023 | by Kelly Acheson

Eva Millona at WES Economic Inclusion Forum

“Investing in immigrant and refugee inclusion is investing in the future of America.” —Eva Millona, Assistant Secretary for Partnership and Engagement at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Eva Millona, a panelist at the World Education Services (WES) Economic Inclusion Forum, captured the ...

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