In response to the growing use of digital technology, CORE developed a supplemental lesson plan that addresses cultivating awareness and digital skills, which benefit refugees and contribute to their self-sufficiency.
CORE’s next webinar is Wednesday, November 14th at 1 p.m. This webinar will explore the latest document of CORE’s Effective Practice Series, Promising Practice: Delivering Gender Segregated Cultural Orientation Sessions.
CORE recently completed Dari translations on CORE’s Resettlement Navigator website and CORE’s Settle In mobile app to increase their accessibility to Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) holders and their families.
The purpose of the survey was to get feedback on the digital channels and resources developed for CORE’s Refugee Communications Initiative.
This 30-minute webinar will focus on how you can use CORE’s digital resources to enhance communications with refugees throughout the resettlement journey from pre-departure to post-arrival.
Learn how gender-segregated sessions allow providers to address common barriers that prevent women from attending or participating in cultural orientation.
CORE's Webinar Series will resume on Wednesday, August 29th with "Delivering Cultural Orientation on U.S. Laws." This webinar will focus on the topic of U.S. Laws and the resources and techniques you can use to teach refugees about their rights and responsibilities...
Following the success of the CO Knowledge Exchange Workshops held earlier this year, CORE delivered another round of workshops in Sacramento, California and Houston, Texas on July 24th and 26th respectively. The workshops focused on facilitating knowledge exchange and...
CORE's Refugee Communication Initiative aims to increase touch points with refugees during the resettlement process and harmonize pre-departure and post-arrival Cultural Orientation messaging. To achieve this goal, CORE provides technical assistance on using CORE's...
Language barriers during resettlement can frustrate refugees and service providers alike. CORE’s refugee-facing resources are designed to ease communication with refugees by providing preliminary USRAP and Cultural Orientation knowledge in their own languages.