Centreville Immigration Forum is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity, an innovative partnership with the International Mayan League, an indigenous organization, and Grupo Sotz’il, a world renowned Maya Kaqchikel contemporary dance company. This innovative project, Restoring Our Ancestral Knowledge, will take place September 5-10, 2017. It concludes with a public performance on Sunday, September […]
CIF Executive director Terry Angelotti speaks about the formation of the CIF in 2007 and the opening of the CLRC in 2011. The interview starts at the 14:00 mark.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—June 12—After a careful vetting process, the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington has selected the Centreville Immigration Forum (CIF) to be part of the Class of 2017-18. CIF has undergone an extensive review process, and has met the Catalogue’s high standards. Potential donors can be confident that the nonprofits in the Catalogue are […]
About 150 members of Centreville Labor Resource Center, their friends and family attended the celebration at St. Germain Park on July 4. Everyone enjoyed traditional barbecued beef, rice and beans, and cheered the informal soccer tournament, which went on in spite of the heat with 4 men’s teams and 2 women’s teams. Thanks to CLRC […]
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Since opening nearly 6 years ago, CLRC provided six desktop computers for workers to learn (language and job skills), connect with family, and look for jobs. NOW all of these computers are “down” most of the time, and CLRC workers need help! (see photo!) We are participating in DoMore24, the annual United Way-Capital Region online […]
We are pleased to announce that the 2016 CIF Annual Report is ready to view online. Center Director Jasmine Blaine led the team effort to pull the report together and handled all of the layout . Many thanks to Jasmine for her hard work!
Families who are welcoming a child after many years of separation may face a variety of emotions, from joy and relief to confusion and even resentment. CLRC offers support and help for the families and youth who are making this important adjustment. The first family reunification support session is scheduled for February 6, 7 pm. […]
Click Here to Donate to our website campaign! Meet Henry! Henry is a construction worker with lots of skills and experience, and he is ready to work hard to support his family. But this type of work is seasonal & temporary. He and other workers appreciate that Centreville Labor Resource Center (CLRC) is their […]
Anticipating changes in policies that may bring new stress for immigrants, Centreville Immigration Forum invited representatives of local faith communities and nonprofits to plan improved cooperation in service delivery. Northern Virginia has been a diverse and welcoming community, and those who gathered in December and January discussed ways to continue positive policies. More than 20 […]