Learning for Life
Mohamad, a refugee from Burma (now Myanmar), came to the United States alone in 2014. Since then he has worked several labor intensive jobs, gone to school and spent many hours contacting people and filling out forms trying to reunite with his family. He successfully brought his wife and two of his children to the United States.
Mohamad speaks Burmese, Malay, Hindi and some English. He is working to improve his English in order to get a better job and to ... Read more >
Volunteer Spotlight: Yaunna Hunter and USC
This month’s volunteer spotlight features Yaunna Hunter, a student at The University of South Carolina who recently volunteered with New AP through an Alternative Fall Break Experience. Yaunna has always had a passion for non-profits and brought the same exciting energy to her week with New American Pathways.
Alternative Fall and Spring Breaks are a way for students to go outside the norm of traditional vacations to luxury locations and instead engage in a week of service diving deeper into major issues ... Read more >