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Chaldean Education and Career Center

The Chaldean Education and Career Center (CECC) of Michigan is a group of community educators who have organized to help communicate, encourage, and guide academic and career achievement.  Membership is open to anyone who believes in assisting the community in matters relating to education or career placement.  CECC members include school administrators, teachers & college professors, counselors, social workers, career coaches, career placement professionals, college students, along with others who passionately believe in helping the community through education and employment related matter. Some of the CECC community projects and services are listed on the right. 

If you would like to be a part of CECC simply visit our membership page, complete the online application form, and choose a committee to join.  CLICK HERE to begin!

 

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US State Department to Address Chaldeans on Refugee and Resettlement Issues
By Amer Hedow :: Saturday, May 29, 2010 :: 63979 Views :: Career & Education, Government & Society, Chaldean Caucus

Michigan, USA – “I hope the State Department is prepared to defend its position with hard facts.  We are tired of hallow promises.  Chaldeans have not seen any serious action from the U.S. about protecting the rights of minority in Iraq or helping the hundreds of thousands of refugees scattered across the world,” says Anthony Aboud of Sterling Heights, Michigan.  “I pray every Chaldean concerned about what is happening in Iraq and what is happening to Chaldean refugees around the world joins me on June first.”

On Tuesday, June 1, 2010, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Michael Corbin, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, Special Coordinator for Iraq's Minority Communities will be speaking at the American Polish Cultural Center located on 2975 E. Maple Road (corner of 15 Mile & Dequindre), Troy, MI 48083.

Corbin will be in Troy to address the Iraqi American community on U.S. policy toward Iraq, the concerns of Iraqi minority communities, and matters related to refugee resettlement.  Mr. Corbin recently returned from Iraq where he met with leaders and members of Iraq’s minority communities.  He will provide a comprehensive briefing on that trip, as well as current efforts to address their needs.

Serving under Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Corbin was appointed by President Barack Obama to the position of Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of near Eastern Affairs where he has served since July 2009 and focuses on issues concerning the Ethnic and Religious Minority Communities in Iraq.

Corbin will also be accompanied by Mr. Lawrence Bartlett, Deputy Director of the Office of Refugee Admissions, Bureau of Population, Refugee, and Migration, U.S. Department of State.  Mr. Bartlett recently returned from a trip to Iraq, Jordan and Syria and will speak about the Iraqi refugee resettlement program to the United States.  Representatives of Detroit area refugee resettlement agencies will also be available to respond to resettlement-related questions.

Reservations are not required in order to attend.  This event is open to the media.  If you require more information about the venue please contact Karina Skomska at 248-689-3636.

عامة

 وزارة الخارجية الأمريكية

نائب مساعد وزيرة الخارجية

مايكل كوربن  السيد

خطاب خاص للجالية العراقية الأمريكية

بخصوص أوضاع الأقليات العراقية وأمور اللاجئين وإعادة التوطين

سيتم حضور نائب مساعد وزيرة الخارجية الأمريكية، مايكل كوربن في منطقة تروي، ميشيكان، لإلقاء خطاب الى الجالية العراقية الأمريكية بخصوص سياسات الولايات المتحدة تجاه العراق، وشؤون الأقليات، والقضايا االمتعلقة بإعادة توطين اللاجئين. فالسيد كوربن عاد مؤخراً من زيارته للعراق، حيث التقى بقادة وأعضاء الأقليات في  العراق، وسيزود الحضور بملخص شامل عن رحلته، والجهود القائمة لتحقيق احتياجاتهم.   

 كما أن السيد لورنس بارتليت، نائب مدير مكتب قبول اللاجئين، ومكتب السكان، واللاجئين والهجرة في وزارة الخارجية الأمريكية، والعائد حديثاً من زيارة العراق وسوريا والأردن،  سيرافق السيد كوربن وسيتحدث عن برنامج  إعادة  توطين اللاجئين العراقيين في الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية. كما سيحضر مسؤولي منظمات إعادة التوطين  في منطقة ديترويت للإجابه عن الأسئلة المتعلقة بإعادة التوطين.

سيعقد هذا اللقاء يوم الثلاثاء الموافق الأول من شهر حزيران 2010، وذلك في تمام الساعة السادسة والنصف ولغاية الثامنة والنصف مساءً

في قاعة المركز الثقافي الأمريكي البولندي

2975 E. Maple Road

Troy, MI 48083

(في تقاطع شارعي ديكوندر والميل الخامس عشر في مدينة تروي)

للمزيد من المعلومات حول مكان انعقاد الإجتماع، يرجى الإتصال بكارينا سكومسكي على الرقم

248-689-3636

الحضور لا يتطلب الحجز المسبق

ان الإجتماع مفتوح لوسائل الإعلام

 


 

comment @ Friday, June 4, 2010 3:44 PM
Comments from the following blog entry: http://forefugees.com/2010/06/03/state-department-refugee-meeting-in-detroit-ends-in-riot/

comment @ Friday, June 4, 2010 3:52 PM
Comments from the following blog entry: http://forefugees.com/2010/06/03/state-department-refugee-meeting-in-detroit-ends-in-riot/

comment @ Friday, June 4, 2010 3:57 PM
Comments from the following blog entry: http://forefugees.com/2010/06/03/state-department-refugee-meeting-in-detroit-ends-in-riot/

comment @ Friday, June 4, 2010 4:00 PM
Comments from the following blog entry: http://forefugees.com/2010/06/03/state-department-refugee-meeting-in-detroit-ends-in-riot/

CE&CC Programs

 Tutor Directory:  
A directory of qualified and CECC certified community tutors.   
CLICK HERE 
  

School Admissions:  
Assist Chaldeans in submitting applications to private schools or colleges.

Career Counseling:  
Programs to assist Chaldeans in identifying and planning a career path. 

Chaldean Education Policy:  
Programs whereby educators review state education policy issues, debate the impact on Chaldean educators and students, and recommend appropriate actions.  
 

Community Workshops: 
Organize and present community workshops relating to education and career opportunities.  
 

Scholarship Search:  
Assist Chaldean students in finding scholarships.
 

Job Search:  
Assist Chaldeans in finding a job.
 


  Chaldean Education and Career Center
Membership Application
(CLICK HERE)

Questions or comments
Email us @
CECCMi@yahoo.com


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