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Immigrants and new Americans

Four boys, members of an Urban 4-H club, smile at the camera and give a thumbs-up.

Members of an Urban 4-H club at the Minnesota State Fair.

MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership

MENTOR’s mission is to improve and increase mentoring relationships for young people. Download their toolkit focused on skills for program leaders to design, plan, manage and evaluate youth programs specifically for immigrant youth. Each chapter has tools and exercises to help build strong mentoring relationships that can change new Americans’ lives.

Welcome Center, Austin

A multi-cultural center serving the City of Austin. It builds community by welcoming newcomers, supporting residents in transition, and creating access and opportunity.

Center for Victims of Torture

My Name is... This PDF includes pictures and stories written by refugee youth.

Immigrant Legal Resource Center

This handbook for immigrant youth living in the U.S. has valuable information about living, working and studying here.

Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota

The ILC provides some legal services, education and advocacy for low-income immigrants and refugees. This is a good resource for Latino families with diverse status and school-age children.

Cultural Diversity Resources, Inc., Fargo - Moorhead

Regional diversity initiative to address the challenges and opportunities of increased cultural and ethnic diversity in Cass County, North Dakota and Clay County, Minnesota.

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