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This course, designed by Refugee Welcome Collective, provides local resettlement agency staff with knowledge and resources to initiate or further develop a co-sponsorship program. This is a self-paced course.

This course is designed for resettlement agency professionals navigating the housing market on behalf of newcomers resettling in the United States and is a continuation of the eLearning course Introduction to HUD Housing for Newcomers. After completing this course, you will be able to: Identify common documents and information needed to apply for HUD affordable […]

This course is designed for resettlement agency workers navigating the housing market for newcomer clients. It covers the types of affordable housing programs offered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and eligibility requirements. After completing this course, you will be able to: Describe HUD’s affordable housing programs Name key eligibility criteria […]


This course is for volunteers assisting Afghan asylum applicants with preparing for their asylum interviews. This assistance is critical to helping Afghan parolees succeed in their asylum claims. The course will train both attorney and non-attorney volunteers to prepare Afghan asylum seekers for their interviews.


This course, created by VECINA, covers legal and procedural requirements for applying for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Afghan nationals. It includes a full exploration of the legal and procedural requirements for applying for TPS for Afghans, as well as a look at how to decide if and when to apply for Afghan TPS. You will […]


This course is intended for use only by attorneys, accredited representatives, and those assisting attorneys and accredited representatives. In this course, you will learn everything from the legal basis for asylum, to what to file in an affirmative application, to how to prepare a client for the asylum interview.

This module, developed by the IRC, will help explain the foundational skills of of supporting survivors of Intimate Partner Violence. You will learn what intimate partner violence is and what foundational skills you need to support survivors. On completion of this course you will: Learn about what is intimate partner violence (IPV) Understand the foundational skills of responding to […]


This self-paced course is designed for direct service employment staff and other service providers who help prepare refugee clients for work in the United States. At the conclusion of the course, you will be able to identify adult education principles and recognize how these principles can be applied to refugee employment services. You will also […]