National Volunteer Month: Why We Serve
During April, National Volunteer Month, we celebrate our volunteers who donate their precious time in service to helping refugees and Georgia thrive. Below are a few featured New AP volunteers and what they told us about their inspiration for service with us.
Daniel: I volunteer with New American Pathways because I believe refugees make our communities stronger. I am in awe at the examples of refugees who have surmounted myriad obstacles over years of struggle to rebuild their ... Read more >
April 2019 Volunteer Spotlight: Mizzou University
This month’s volunteer spotlight features Mizzou University, a recent volunteer group with New AP’s Alternative Spring Break Experience.
This group of five students chose to spend their traditional spring break learning about the U.S. history of refugee resettlement and immigration, how it relates closely to Clarkston’s history and how these policies directly influence Clarkston’s residents. Throughout the week, the group went on to engage in deeper conversations about how to approach service from an empowerment perspective, and they volunteered ... Read more >