News & Events

ALLIES selected as Technical Assistance and Evaluation provider for CA EL Navigator Grant

June 22, 2017
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In April 2017, the California Labor & Workforce Development Agency and the California Workforce Development Board awarded five workforce development boards and their adult education and community partners with a $500,000 EL Navigator Grant. In recognition of the large English Language Learner (ELL) and immigrant population in California […]

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ALLIES Board Member Dr. Bob Harper recognized with CCAE state award.

On May 5th, 2017, ALLIES Board Member Dr. Bob Harper received the Dr. Robert W. Rupert Award  at the annual California Council for Adult Education (CCAE) State Conference in Long Beach, CA. CCAE is the largest professional organization serving adult Education in California.

The Robert W. Rupert Award […]

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New Resource: Map the Impact, an interactive tool showcasing the contributions of immigrants

In February 2017, New American Economy (NAE) released Map the Impact, an interactive tool showcasing the contributions of immigrants in all 435 Congressional districts, the 55 largest U.S. metro areas, all 50 states, and industry sectors across the economy. With information on immigrant tax contributions, spending power […]

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RSVP now for Spring 2017 EPN

March 27, 2017
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RSVP now for the ALLIES Spring 2017 ESL Provider Network (EPN) meeting on Friday, April 28th, 12:30 – 3:00 PM at the new Foothill College Sunnyvale Center.  Please use the following link to register: https://goo.gl/forms/ekcoDtPY2KKRLPU23

The EPN […]

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Well attended Fall 2016 EPN

ALLIES held its 13th bi-annual ESL Providers Network meeting on Friday, October 28th, 2016 at Cañada College in Redwood City. The meeting was attended by 63 ESL instructors, counselors, and administrative staff representing 7 Community Colleges, 11 Adult Schools and 24 Community Based Organizations in the […]

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Community input on Immigrant Integration Pathway at Immigrant Integration Forum in San Jose

Practitioners from over 25 organizations provided valuable input on the initial Immigrant Integration concept maps. Attendees were invited to evaluate proposed goals and subgoals in one of the following areas of immigrant integration: English language proficiency, first language literacy, educational and career advancement, financial security, health and well […]

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