Becoming American: Richfield class prepares immigrants for citizenship
World Relief Minnesota has been partnering with Hope Church in Richfield, MN to provide citizenship training to immigrants in our communities. Recently the Sun Current newspaper posted a wonderful story highlighting the citizenship education program, as well as the hard work immigrants must do to become citizens.
Take a look at this great story:
New Staff Spotlight: Kara Hurst
We are excited to announce that our immigration department is growing and thriving! Kara is serving our clients as an Immigration Assistant, and is doing a wonderful job! Here’s a little more about her:
“My name is Kara Hurst, and I am the new Immigration Assistant for World Relief’s Immigration Legal Services. I graduated from North Central University in May of 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Urban Development. I recently got married August 10th, and my husband and I live in downtown Minneapolis while he is finishing up his degree. I love running, hiking, movies, and anything adventurous! I am blessed and excited for be a part of the World Relief Minnesota team!”
Current Volunteer Needs
World Relief Minnesota has had a busy fall. We are currently in need of volunteers for several different individuals and families. Check out World Relief’s current volunteer needs for our newly-arrived families here!