Regardless of Immigration Status
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MEMO for the Secretary From: Emilia Pablo-Montano, Special Assistant, CC: Phil Tom, Director, FBCINP TOUR ROUNDTABLE -Casa Maryland Date: May 29, 2012 Introduction: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 from 2:00-3:00 pm, you are scheduled tour the Casa Maryland's Welcome Center and participate stakeholder roundtable. Gustavo Torres, Executive Director will moderate the roundtable. Upon the conclusion your tour and staeholder roundtable you will participate informal press availability. You will tour the Prince George's Welcome Center and see their training programs for building and construction trades and for child care providers. This Welcome Center also provides ESL classes and the OSHA training classes. The OSHA training class outcome the Susan Harwood grant provide training for their students. For your roundtable discussion, Casa Maryland inviting several students including recent grad who now employed and representatives from Prince George and Montgomery County Community Colleges. Casa Maryland community organization that was founded 1985 Central American refugees and North Americans. Casa was created response the human needs the thousands Central Americans arriving the D.C. area after fleeing wars and civil strife their countries origin. There are eight Welcome Centers throughout Maryland. Casa's vision for strong, economically and ethnically diverse communities which all people -especially women, low-income people, and workers can participate and fully benefit, regardless their immigration status.