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New Resource: Career Pathways in Engineering: Using Your Foreign Education in the United States

"Career Pathways in Engineering" is the latest release in the WES Global Talent Bridge "Pathways" e-guide series. This new e-guide outlines career and academic pathways in the field of engineering, with step-by-step pathways to a range of careers in engineering, licensing and certification requirements, and an array of helpful industry-specific resources.

Click here to download this free e-guide.

 

New Report: Reducing Teacher Shortages in the U.S.

The Reducing Teacher Shortages report explores the role that immigrant and refugee professionals can play in addressing these urgent shortages – and increasing the diversity of the teacher workforce – through alternative teacher certification programs that tap into these newcomers’ training, skills, and professional experience. The report looks at developing initiatives in several states and cities as well as relevant federal policies.

Webinar Announcement: Can Immigrant Professionals Help Reduce Teaching Shortages in the U.S.?

About the event:

The webinar will present findings from WES Global Talent Bridge’s upcoming report, Can Immigrant Professionals Help Reduce Teaching Shortages in the U.S.? Policy experts from Washington State and New York City will discuss efforts to streamline pathways for foreign-trained immigrants and refugees to enter the teaching profession.

Issues to be discussed include:

Ford and California Wellness Foundations Launch Reentry Initiative

The Ford and California Wellness Foundations co-hosted an amazing program to affirm California's commitment to promoting reentry skills building and job readiness programming.  Lead by the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department and the Attorney General's Office, this initiative is a GREAT first step...

http://www.fordfoundation.org/issues/educational-opportunity-and-scholarship/higher-education-for-social-justice/news?id=881

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