Community Orientation Workshop
About This Class
We will cover different topics every week. You can join any time. Here’s an outline of what you can expect:
- Week 1: Transportation
- Week 2: Housing
- Week 3: Community resources and navigation
- Week 4: Financial literacy
- Week 5: Health literacy
- Week 6: Education and family adjustment
- Week 7: Job readiness
- Week 8: Community bridges and progress toward citizenship
Who Can Take Classes?
Adults with humanitarian protection immigrant status who have been living in the United States for five years or less can attend Community Orientation Workshops. This includes people with refugee, asylee, certified victim of human trafficking, special immigrant visa, Amerasian or Cuban/Haitian entrant status. Classes are free.
*Community Orientation Workshop is offered in partnership with the Minnesota Council of Churches with the support from the MN Refugee Program Offices (MN DHS).