Volunteer of the Month: Kinman Bailey
Above: English at Home tutor Kinman Bailey
Heandy is bright, hardworking, driven, has big goals in mind, and all staff who meet him believe he’s going to soar.
A cardiologist from Cuba, Heandy would like to use this knowledge and ability to help patients in the U.S. But to practice medicine here, he’s got a long road ahead of him. One of the first major hurdles to overcome is English. How could he fit that in with a complex work schedule and long ... Read more >
Moving Up the (Career) Field
What does “MVP” mean to you? As we approach Super Bowl Sunday, many think about the Most Valuable Players on the football field. Here at New American Pathways, though, our MVPs are Mentors for Vocational Pathways in specific professional fields – and they are just as important as any star football players for the new Americans we serve.
When foreign-trained professionals (with a graduate degree or higher) move to the U.S., they often have to enroll in an undergraduate program and complete another Bachelors, Masters, or ... Read more >