Going Green, Staying in the Black
A green business that hires refugees might sound too good to be true, but Nassradeen Alnour and Mike Herzog can tell you otherwise. In fact, it’s the reality at Revolutions Environmental, the Georgia-based oil recycling firm Herzog runs with the help of Alnour.
Learn and share facts about immigrants and employment in the new Mythbuster produced by Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS), Higher’s administrative organization. Click here to view and download a PDF that visually captures important information about the contributions immigrants make to the U.S. workforce. [Read More]
The owner of San Antonio, Texas-based NAPCO Precast Limited has a long-standing commitment to hiring new Americans. As a former immigrant himself from Colombia, Jamie Iragorri … [Read More]
An Ethiopian customer receives instruction on her new prescriptions from a fellow Amharic speaker at the pharmacy counter. A Sudanese produce specialist waves at a friend from … [Read More]
Fairview Health Services is one of the largest employers in Minnesota and a strong supporter of refugee employment. With many refugees and political asylees employed at four … [Read More]
Timothy Tran, a former refugee from Vietnam, resettled in Lancaster, Pa., when he was 21. His first job in the United States was as industrial chaplain with Cardone Industries … [Read More]