A Community to Thrive In

Norma was facing significant challenges. Her two young boys had both been recently diagnosed with autism, and she was struggling with serious health issues. With limited English, minimal support, and...

Thriving at Three Celebrates Thanksgiving

The weekly get together of moms and kids is a special part of CNNC’s Thriving at Three program, serving Latina moms and their kids ages 0-4. On Thursday, Nov. 15th, the moms came together for their...

What Does Giving Back Mean to You?

“I’m not sure I can do this, I don’t speak English very well.” Khadiga was very anxious. This would be her first job interview in her new home and she was still learning English. She had submitted the...

Giving Tuesday, Nov. 27

The holidays and the end of the year are a time when many of us are moved to give to support issues and organizations that align with our values. It’s an opportunity for you to make an impact in your...

Need Health Insurance?

The open enrollment period for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act (or Obamacare) is open now, Nov. 1st and through December 15th. If you are currently without insurance, or need to renew...

Hiring: A Community Health Worker

Our Immigrant Health ACCESS team is seeking a Bilingual (Spanish/English) Dental Community Health Worker. The Community Health Worker (CHW) will work closely with the Guilford Adult Dental Access team...

A Summer Full of Mystery

Meet Tawanna Maryland: The Mastermind Behind the Mystery Summer Camp Program By Tyrelle Lee, Human Development and Family Studies Intern at CNNC Fall 2018 AmeriCorps Member Tawanna Williams Maryland...

Oakwood ESL Academy

Oakwood ESL Academy By Salwa Majeed, CNNC Summer Volunteer, UNCG Graduate Class of 2018 For two weeks in July, the volunteers and coordinators at the Center for New North Carolinians helped host ESL...

Reflecting on the Power of a Story

ESL Academy By Gillian Belcher, Summer intern 2018, Bachelor of Social Work student at Niagara University, Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty I had the opportunity to spend my summer with...
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