Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Immigrants have a wide variety of experience, training, and certifications outside the U.S. Education and certifications earned in other countries are not always accepted by employers, leaving many of these highly skilled workers under-employed.
- Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services (IRIS) - Provides targeted wrap-around services for immigrants and refugees for successful integration into the US.
- Bringing Skills to the US Workforce – Upwardlyglobal.org. Building an inclusive workforce that embraces the skills of immigrant and refugee professionals.
- Employer I&D Services: Insights Guide – This guide provides market research and ideas for employers to promote an inclusive and equitable workforce.
- Immigration and Legal Services (jfsgreenwich.org) – Jewish Family Services:team of community agencies, institutions, and groups providing services to assist with public assistance, housing, school registration, ESL, and employment resources.
- Havenly, New Haven, CT - Services for refugee and immigrant women through job training, education and organizing.
- Catholic Charities – Immigration and Refugee Services
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