Ever wonder how to best incorporate volunteers as a part of Cultural Orientation? CORE’s latest promising practice document, Using Volunteers for Cultural Orientation, includes step-by-step guidance, tips, and various stories from the field.
CORE’s Domestic Refugee Communications Pilot, a six-month engagement to enhance Cultural Orientation delivery, has begun at three resettlement offices.
This summer, CORE is offering Cultural Orientation providers a variety of capacity building and training opportunities.
As a part of the new Make it Stick, Enhance Your Cultural Orientation series, this new lesson is designed to help staff explore one-on-one scenarios and identify strategies to improve Cultural Orientation sessions with one or two individuals.
CORE has videos and podcasts translated in multiple languages that can be used to highlight important Cultural Orientation topics, including employment, housing, and U.S. laws.
The newly translated resources, including COREnav and Settle In, can be used with Russian-speaking refugees throughout their resettlement journey.