IMPRINT: Immigrant Professional Integration

Webinars

Research Gems: What the Latest Findings Tell Us About Skilled Immigrant Success

March 26th, 2014

What research on skilled immigrants is out there? How can we use these findings to inform services for skilled immigrants? And what new research needs to be undertaken? Find out in this engaging webinar featuring Dr. Nicholas Montalto, founder of Diversity Dynamics and the American Immigrant Policy Portal. Presenters: Dr. Nicholas Montalto, Diversity Dynamics Download slides | Webinar Summary […]

Alternative Careers for Skilled Immigrants

March 4th, 2014

What happens when re-licensing or pursuing their original career isn’t the right option for your client or student? Not every doctor can or should try to become an M.D. again, and not every accountant wants to be a C.P.A. In this webinar, service providers get practical examples of alternative career pathways for skilled immigrants, and information […]

Skilled Immigrant Integration Around the Globe: A Look At What Other Countries Are Doing

February 20th, 2014

How are other countries integrating skilled immigrants into their economy? In this webinar, Peter Paul and Kim Turner of Maytree discuss initiatives undertaken in Canada and other places around the world to help skilled immigrants reach their full economic potential. We take a close look at programs like ALLIES and discuss how these initiatives can be replicated in the US. Presenters: […]

Sparking Economic Development by Investing in Skilled Immigrants

October 29th, 2013

Skilled immigrants can function as a driving force of economic success — but how do they fit into an economic development agenda? That’s the question tackled in this webinar, which highlights new efforts to integrate international talent into local economies. We took a close look at NYC Economic Development Corporation and its Immigrant Bridge Program, which connects unemployed […]

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