The hardships that force people into refugee status unfortunately strike at all levels of society. Some refugees come from agrarian societies and start from low levels of literacy, while others arrive with more advanced education, specialized skills, or even graduate-level professional credentials such as medical, engineering and teaching degrees.

Whatever the starting point, our career services ensures that refugees build on their individual assets and have access to the opportunities that will help them realize their American dream.

Services include:

Employment Readiness and Job Placement

Financial Literacy

Forward Program: Vocational Counseling and English Literacy Services

For more information about the Forward Program, see our flyer here.

Forward Program Cohort Applicants: Cover your program application fee here or click on the Donate Now button below.DonateNow


An affiliate of Church World Service and Episcopal Migration Ministries
Church World Services Episcopal Migration Ministries
2300 Henderson Mill Rd., NE
Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30345
United Way Community Partner
In partnership with MARTA