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My Afternoon with the Al Homsi family

By: Amanda Ebling My name is Amanda, and I am a Shepherd Intern at New American Pathways, in the Career Services department. I’ve really enjoyed assisting the team that is committed to getting refugees employed and having opportunities to interact with refugees here; I know they are some of the most courageous, deserving people. I was recently invited to step… More >

It Takes A Team: Part 2

By: Juilee Shivalkar Last week, we shared more about how Marwan and his team first began his ASL lesson. If you haven’t already, click here… More >

It Takes A Team: Part 1

By: Juilee Shivalkar and Johnna Gadomski From navigating a whole new culture and starting a life in a foreign country, there are many challenges that… More >

Volunteer of the Month: Liz Truscott

Liz Truscott, a native of Connecticut and a graduate of University of Vermont, came to Atlanta in hopes of breaking into non-profit development. When we asked her what drew her to New American Pathways (New AP), she reflected back on her studies in college as a Social Work major: “My first experience in working with refugees came when I was… More >

World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day, an annual celebration established by the United Nations, brings together individuals across the world to commemorate our brothers and sisters that have been forced to flee their homes. With county government support and local events, Georgia joined countless other communities around the globe in this celebration. On Tuesday, June 13, the Dekalb County Board of Commissioners, in… More >

A Painful Blessing: Life as a Refugee and Emory Student

“I agreed to speak [at World Refugee Day] because I would like to convey a different message in the media about Syrian refugees than the… More >

Cultural Orientation: An Outsider Looking In

By: Brittany Gilliland There are four languages mingling in the room, perhaps more if you count the baby babble. However, all the languages here share one thing in common: they are working to share simple, yet vital information about the United States. Cultural orientation at New American Pathways is one of the first experiences our clients, a mixture of refugees… More >

Burmese Refugee Defies All Odds

By Johnna Gadomski L fled from Burma to Malaysia 28 years ago. Although he faced many hardships as an asylum seeker, his challenges were compounded… More >

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