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A Path Toward the Future

We provide a continuum of services that supports new Americans on their individual pathways from arrival through citizenship.
We focus on key milestones along the pathway that build on one another and contribute to long-term success.

89%

of all the families we resettle are self-sufficient after 180 days

180 +

refugee youth are served in our afterschool programs each year

98%

of clients’ citizenship applications are approved

New American Pathways is an Atlanta based nonprofit with the mission of helping refugees and Georgia Thrive

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Meet Our Civic Pathways Leaders: Shelleyan, Yilkal, and Ahmad

Say hello to Shelleyan!  Shelleyan Lewars, originally from Jamaica, wanted to be more involved in civic engagement and get closer to her community by using her voice and helping those around her. New American Pathways and the Civic Pathways Leadership Program has motivated and inspired her to resolve issues within immigrant communities. Shelleyan originally worked …

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Meet Our Civic Pathways Leaders: Anastassia, Veronica, and Basra

Meet Anastassia!  Anastassia Hardy came to the United States from Estonia at age 22 as part of a work-study program. Looking to find better opportunities for herself, Anastassia initially found it challenging to find her purpose and feel like she was fitting in in her new home.  “It took me quite a long time, because I …

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Reflections on Civic Leadership and the Journey to Becoming a US Citizen

For this month’s Thought Leader piece, Yilkal Ademe reflects on his journey to the United States, building a life with his family in Georgia, becoming a leader in his community, and becoming a US citizen this year!   I am Yilkal Asres. Born in Ethiopia, and an asylee in the United States since the middle of …

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