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Volunteer Spotlight: Jackson Richard

This month’s volunteer spotlight features Jackson Richard, who served as our Communications intern – and so much more – this summer. He shares his perspective below. “I spent a truly spectacular summer working as the 2018 Communications Intern at New American Pathways. From my very first day, I was embraced with warmth, compassion, and humor by the New AP staff. By my last… More >

Volunteer Spotlight: Ron Nenner

This month’s volunteer spotlight features Ron Nenner, who serves as an English tutor in our Forward program. To potential volunteers, he says: “The only thing you need as a teacher is patience, a forward look, and a smile on your face. It’s very rewarding to get out of your comfort zone, help someone and their family, and then see them… More >

Launching Forward: Meet Abdul Karim

Abdul Karim is on a pathway to his American dream with the support of New American Pathways’ Forward program. Having supported the U.S. military in Afghanistan, Abdul Karim’s life was in danger. He fled his home country and, in 2014, received a Special Immigrant Visa to come alone to the United States. New American Pathways brought him to safety and… More >

Meet Abdul, One of Georgia’s Newest Citizens

This month, we sat down to learn more about Abdul Haikal, New AP’s Employment Specialist who arrived on a Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) from Afghanistan. We are proud to have him as a member of the New AP family and as a new citizen of the United States of America! Q: What was your path to Citizenship? A: I served for… More >

World Refugee Day, Clarkston-style

A global tapestry of culture found its home in Clarkston on June 23rd. In the span of two hours at this year’s World Refugee Day… More >

Volunteer Spotlight: Our Presbyterian Partners

Above: Members of the trio-church family prepare the apartment for Maryam and her family to arrive. This month, we honor our valued volunteer partners First Presbyterian Church Atlanta, Hillside Presbyterian Church and Northwest Presbyterian Church. First Presbyterian Church Atlanta and Hillside Presbyterian Church began a unique partnership in refugee resettlement more than 15 years ago. Through co-sponsorship with New AP, they… More >

Who We Are: Parents as Teachers

Watch Family Empowerment Manager Anastassia Hardy describe New American Pathways’ unique Parents as Teachers program: recycle your old phone Powered by Embed YouTube Video

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