2022 | At a Glance
We stayed busy this year at the Center for New North Carolinians! Check out some quick highlights! You can find the PDF version here. The complete annual report is coming soon!
“Promoting access and integration for immigrants and refugees in North Carolina by bridging newcomer populations with existing communities through direct service provision, research, and training.” –CNNC’s Mission Statement
204 Interns and volunteers served 12,000+ hours
120 Fellows engaged in research, evaluation, and practice
28 Presentations, trainings, and conferences
8 New community partners
7 AmeriCorps partner agencies
445 Clients served through the Immigrant Health ACCESS Project
172 Children served at the Community Centers
165 Adults received employment services through the AmeriCorps ACCESS Project
131 Adults served at the Community Centers
104 Individuals became citizens with the help of Immigration Services
80 Children and mothers served through Thriving at Three
5 Different languages available through the Immigrant Health ACCESS Project
This year, the CNNC was awarded the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Citizenship and Integration Grant with our partners at the New Arrivals Institute. This grant will provide funding to help prepare immigrants for naturalization with classes and free legal services. Read the full press release here!
The CNNC’s Thriving at Three Program and Immigration Services were named as grant recipients and participants in the second cohort of Ready for School, Ready for Life Continuous Quality Improvement Process. Read the press release here!