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CNNC Operating Virtually: Response to Covid-19

CNNC Current Status In response to the rapidly changing 2019 Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation, CNNC, all of our programs, and our four Community Center sites (Glen Haven, Oakwood Forest, Legacy...

Letter from CNNC’s New Director, Dr. Diya Abdo

Dear CNNC friends, Warmest greetings in this new year. Already in its infancy, 2020 has proven to be a challenging one for our refugee and immigrant communities and for those of us working as – and for...

My Time with Thriving at Three

Have you ever walked into a room and there were instant cries and screams? That completely describes my first day at Thriving at Three. My name is Kierra Boone and I have been interning this semester...

Achieving a Vision

We are very excited to be a part of a vision to expand community-based services to residents in the western part of Greensboro. The Phillips Management Group (PMG), a Greensboro based, multifamily residential...

A Bittersweet Farewell: Saying Goodbye to Holly

The Center for New North Carolinians has officially been around since 2001 working to help immigrants and refugees access services and successfully integrate into the local North Carolina community....

Celebrating a CNNC Superstar

A CNNC Superstar is moving on!  Tawanna Maryland has been with the CNNC for four years, the longest time allowable in AmeriCorps, and only then, with special permission. Tawanna spent two years...

We are hiring – a new Director!

Join us! We are seeking a new Director for the Center for New North Carolinians (CNNC). What We’re Looking For:  We are seeking someone with experience working with immigrants and refugees...