The new fiscal year presents an opportunity to review your Cultural Orientation program and catch up on the latest CORE resources. Here are three recommended tasks CORE invites you to consider.
When delivering Cultural Orientation to Burmese refugees, resettlement staff can consider incorporating these newly translated resources or draw on lessons learned during a recent Virtual Exchange.
There are several ways to include technology and make the topic of transportation interactive. Consider the following ideas shared by participants from CORE’s recent virtual practicum and in-person workshops.
CORE’s Settle In mobile app, designed by iStrategy Labs, was recognized last month in Fast Company’s 2019 Innovation by Design Awards in the Social Good category.
The three resettlement offices participating in the CORE Domestic Refugee Communications Pilot have been active enhancing their Cultural Orientation delivery. The six-month engagement is underway at Catholic Charities Indianapolis Refugee Services in Indianapolis,...
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.