New Refugee-Facing Resources on Home Safety and Rental Housing

How can I keep myself and my family safe at home? What is a lease? What types of rental housing are there in the United States? These questions and more are central to conversations about housing during Cultural Orientation with refugees.   Discover new housing resources to help you answer these and other questions. Resources were […]

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Resources for Rohingya Available

In collaboration with RSC Asia, CORE has released four videos on the following Cultural Orientation topics to support Rohingya resettling in the U.S. Resettlement Services in the U.S. Housing in the U.S. Education in the U.S. Employment in the U.S. These videos are available in a Rohingya-specific playlist on CORE’s Settle In YouTube channel. You […]

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New Resource for Refugees: Vaccines Save Lives Suite

Vaccines Save Lives is now available on the Settle In website! This resource was created in partnership with The National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants (NRC-RIM) and includes a fact sheet, video, and podcast.  Vaccines Save Lives is available as a full suite (fact sheet, video, and podcast) in Arabic, Burmese, Dari, English, […]

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Upcoming Webinar: How to Use Settle In

What is Settle In? Where do I find Settle In resources? How can Settle In support newcomers throughout their resettlement process? Join CORE for a 90-minute webinar at 8 AM EST or 2 PM EST on Wednesday, January 10, to receive an interactive overview of CORE’s Settle In digital properties (website, app, and Facebook). You’ll […]

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Introducing The Road Ahead, CORE’s new Domestic CO Curriculum

CORE is thrilled to launch The Road Ahead, a new comprehensive domestic Cultural Orientation curriculum that can serve as a foundational resource for Cultural Orientation delivery and planning.    The Road Ahead offers an organized, interactive, and participant-centered curriculum. It addresses all domestic Cultural Orientation Objectives and Indicators and is flexible for local customization.   The curriculum […]

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Register Today: Introducing the New Domestic Cultural Orientation Curriculum

CORE is excited to launch The Road Ahead, a new domestic Cultural Orientation curriculum that can serve as a foundational resource to support Cultural Orientation programming. Join CORE for a special 60-minute webinar on Wednesday, September 20, where you’ll learn about The Road Ahead, explore its webpage resources, and learn ways Cultural Orientation providers can […]

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Rohingya Backgrounder Now Available!

Do you want to learn more about Rohingya arriving in the United States? CORE recently released a Rohingya Backgrounder, available in both an abbreviated web version and a more detailed, downloadable PDF. This backgrounder provides a brief exploration of the current crisis, language, social, and cultural characteristics, and considerations when delivering Cultural Orientation to Rohingya. […]

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Providers Pilot CORE’s New Domestic Curriculum

Over the past year, CORE has developed a domestic Cultural Orientation curriculum designed to cover the revised Cultural Orientation Objectives and Indicators and replace the outdated Making Your Way curriculum. The new curriculum, The Road Ahead, contains easy-to-use materials for Cultural Orientation providers that lead to engaging and accessible Cultural Orientation sessions for participants. To […]

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