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Job Fair, Friday April 19, 2019 | Time: 8 am - 2pm | Location: Clarkston Community CenterJob Fair, Friday 19, 2019 | Time: 8 - 2pm | Location: Clarkston Community Center

On Friday, April 19th, 2019, Friends of Refugees will host its third annual Refugee Employment Summit at the Clarkston Community Center. In partnership with the International Rescue Committee, Inspiritus, World Relief, New American Pathways and Refugee Women’s Network, there will be over 25 employers seeking to hire.
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CPACS OFFERS CAREER PATHWAY ASSISTANCE

A NEW PROGRAM              CPACS just launched the Refugee Career Pathways Program. This program’s goal is to support refugees and asylees who have been in the United States for less than 5 years. This program will support those in pursuit of a career in Nursing, Medical Interpretation, Information and Technology (Web Development, Network and Database Administration), and Solar Panel Installation. The age requirement to enroll in the program is 18 and up. If eligible, this program will provide a limited subsidy to help pay for certification training's tuition, books, supplies, transportation, and child care.
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Clarkston Speaks, Robin Gomez, Clarkston's City Manager

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Conversations With Council, Mental Health Service Providers: Center for Victims of Torture

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Women Watch Afrika Men's Violence Prevention Radio Program Part Three

Interview with Preye Cobham, Attorney and Legal Advisor, Women Watch Afrika, Inc. and Abdul Saboor and George Norman, current participants of the Women Watch Afrika Men's Violence Prevention Program, discussing what the WWA Program has means to them and what it has taught them about violence prevention, nutrition, and knowing their legal rights.  Interview between the current participants is being conducted in Englis
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Women Watch Afrika Men's Violence Prevention Radio Program Part two

  Interview with Preye Cobham, Attorney and Legal Advisor, Women Watch Afrika, Inc. and Mohammed Paktiawal and Saeed Saeedullah, current participants of the Women Watch Afrika Men's Violence Prevention Program, discussing what the WWA Program has means to them and what it has taught them about violence prevention, nutrition, and knowing their legal rights.  Interview between the current participants is being conducted in Pashto.
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Women Watch Afrika Men's Violence Prevention Radio Program Part One

  Part One;  Interview with Glory Kilanko, Founder and Executive Director of Women Watch Afrika, Inc. and Hatem Alsudani and Noureldin Adam, current participants of the Women Watch Afrika Men's Violence Prevention Program,  speaking on the many different things the WWA Program has taught them about violence prevention, nutrition, and knowing their legal rights.  Interview between the current participants is being conducted in Arabic.
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Interview with Muna Abubakar, Former local student turned Dekalb County ESOL teacher shares her journey and inspiration for becoming a teacher and how teaching at the International Student Center makes her story unique.

Interview with Muna Abubakar, Former local student turned Dekalb County ESOL teacher shares her journey and inspiration for becoming a teacher and how teaching at the International Student Center makes her story unique. Join us as we take a look into education in the international community.
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OPEN Atlanta and Sagal Radio have partnered up to provide mentorship services to high school, college and graduate level students from the Clarkston community.

OPEN Atlanta and Sagal Radio have partnered up to provide mentorship services to high school, college and graduate level students from the Clarkston community.  The group held a workshop on Sunday, July 29 to talk through general professionalism skills with mentors from the community, working in industries including healthcare, law and many individuals from start-up and tech-based companies.  

Voices of Clarkston Community | Dr. Hodan Ahmed's Story of Growing up, Pursuing Medicine

In this special interview, Dr. Hodan Ahmed shares her childhood memories, coming to Clarkston with her parents who were refugees in the early 1980s. Sagal Radio interviewed her while she attended Clarkston High School, and she now comes back to us 'full circle' to talk about what led to her becoming a successful, practicing physician at a leading medical institution in metro-Atlanta. She also offers insights and useful advice to youth that are pursuing a similar career. 
Voices of Clarkston Community | Dr. Hodan Ahmed's Story of Growing up, Pursuing Medicine
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