World Refugee Day at NASH: What does “student success” look like for refugee and forcibly displaced students on your campus?

Join the NASH RRI for a discussion with administrative staff on U.S. campuses of potential barriers faced by refugee and forcibly displaced students in accessing the academic, financial, and social support that they need to succeed. This event will explore how staff can leverage campus resources to improve refugee and forcibly displaced students’ experiences. This […]

 NASH Refugee Resettlement Initiative (RRI) Champions Network Meeting

This meeting will spotlight the Every Campus A Refuge (ECAR)-NASH Training-of-Trainers Certificate program, which builds the capacity of champions to make their systems and campuses more welcoming and inclusive for refugees. So far, 390 Champions have been trained and certified, representing almost 75 institutions across 10 systems, including the University of Maine System, CUNY, SUNY, and the […]

Migration Summit third edition “Unlocking and Engaging Talent: Pathways for Dignified Work.”

This year’s summit will delve into the theme “Unlocking and Engaging Talent: Pathways for Dignified Work.” Over the course of one week, we will bring together a blend of virtual and in-person events, curated by a network of dedicated individuals and organizations around the world.  The event is proudly organized by MIT Emerging Talent, Na’amal, and Karam Foundation, […]

Webinar – Admissions Perspectives: Embracing Diversity with the Welcome Corps on Campus Initiative

oin the Welcome Corps on Campus team and representatives from participating institutions as they share insights and experiences in admitting refugee students identified by the program to participating colleges and universities. In collaboration with Admissions professionals and enrollment leaders from Indiana University, Bloomington, this session explores the historic program launched by the U.S. Department of State in […]

Welcome Corps on Campus: Special Regional Session in Pennsylvania

Welcome Corps on Campus creates new opportunities for higher education institutions and their communities across the country to leverage their campus ecosystems and resources to privately sponsor and support refugee students. Starting this year, colleges and universities can choose to welcome refugee students currently residing abroad in two ways: refer and sponsor specific students to […]

Webinar: Teaching English to Adult Refugees Certificate Program

The World Learning and SIT TESOL Center’s brand-new Teaching English to Adult Refugees Certificate Program will train teachers (at any level of their career and even those with no previous teaching experience) to effectively teach English to adult refugees. Please join our 1-hour interactive webinar where we will share the needs assessment data gathered from […]

Webinar – Higher Education Institutions & Opportunities to Promote Refugee Integration

Colleges and universities offer robust ecosystems within communities across the U.S. that can provide welcome and support for newcomers. As existing sites of education, they are also well suited to facilitate learning and growth opportunities for refugees. This webinar will highlight opportunities for colleges and universities to promote refugee integration through programs and grants offered […]