Great and timely reading published by Judie Haynes at http://blog.tesol.org/misconceptions-about-immigrants-and-refugees-in-the-united-states/
Refugees giving back to their community
Find it here at http://www.imprintproject.org/map/
Programs and Services by State
This interactive map showcases over 50 programs and services around the country that are designed to help immigrant and refugee professionals achieve success in the United States. These programs and services focus on career preparation, ESL for high-skilled immigrants, and licensing and credentialing guidance, and are hosted by service providers, advocacy and public education institutions, and technical assistance and resource providers.
To Get Started:
Select a state, organizational activity, and/or focus area from the drop down menus to view programs and services in that area. Hover over the names in the table below the map to read more about them. To view data, either hover over a state, or select it from the drop down menu and refer to the table and chart below.
Interesting reading. Elbow grease and grit, maybe? Read more here http://latinousa.org/2016/12/13/new-economic-study-says-us-latinos-will-make-america-rich/
Good to share with communities: http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2016/03/17/study-immigrants-founded-51-of-u-s-billion-dollar-startups/
About Nobel price winners and more at https://www.higheredjobs.com/Articles/articleDisplay.cfm?ID=1073&utm_source=11_22_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=InsiderUpdate