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Policy Roundup: Tracking Efforts to Support the Economic Mobility of Immigrants and Refugees in the U.S.

Wednesday March 31, 2021 | by Fatima Sanz & Jacki Esposito

Immigrants and refugees with international credentials are integral to the economic vitality of the United States, yet many are unable to contribute their skills, talents, and experience to the U.S. workforce because of systemic obstacles to employment. The COVID-19 pandemic underscored the essential […]

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Investing in Immigrant and Refugee Talent Through Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives

Wednesday February 24, 2021 | by Hillary Gardner

WES Global Talent Bridge’s 2020 Immigrant Economic Integration Virtual Summit (#IEISummit2020), Building Momentum for a New Decade, featured state and local practitioners, immigrant leaders, and policymakers committed to advancing the academic and economic mobility of immigrants and refugees. The four-day summit took place […]

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New to the Future of Work Annotated Bibliography: Migration Trends

Tuesday February 23, 2021 | by Chiedza Pasipanodya

World Education Services (WES) is excited to partner with the Labour Market Information Council (LMIC) to add migration as a new theme to the Future of Work Annotated Bibliography, LMIC’s data source on labour market megatrends. This source makes labour market information accessible […]

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Spotlight on Atlanta: How a Thriving Partnership is Transforming Communities

Thursday February 18, 2021 | by Debra Means-West

Valerie Mills, senior program manager at Atlanta’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, is passionate about creating an inclusive metro region in which all people, including immigrants and refugees, can reach their full potential. Mills—a licensed mediator and qualified interpreter, who served as an international […]

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SIIP Convening 2020: Finding Strength in Collaboration

Tuesday January 26, 2021 | by Hillary Gardner

As 2020 drew to a close, a diverse group of service providers and partner agencies gathered virtually at the third annual Skilled Immigrant Integration Program (SIIP) convening to reflect on a historic year and pave pathways forward on behalf of internationally trained immigrant […]

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