Rutherford County teacher says of her upcoming trip to India with CIU: “I’m not only going for me, I’m going for the students I’m teaching in the future.” CLICK HERE to check out Ashley Twitty’s story in The Daily Courier.
NPR explores the relationship between crime rates and immigrant populations.
One of several talking points as more than 250 people take part in CIU’s Immigration Matters Forum.
Business owner Bert Lemkes says without the migrant labor force, his business would have to close and dozens of Americans would lose their jobs.
North Carolina State Univeristy student reporters covered CIU’s Immigration Matters Forum through the lens of higher education.
Thanks to our business panelists who shared insights about hiring the right workers for the right jobs when that talent may come to North Carolina from other countries.
Check out UNC-TV’s coverage of Immigration Matters, our forum bringing together experiences and unexpected voices on immigration.
Apex High educators see great potential in future educational opportunities with schools in China READ MORE
From teaching students Chinese to expanding exports and presenting a workforce that’s ready for global challenges, Guilford County is grasping opportunities presented by globalization.
The Triad may be 200 miles from the nearest port and a thousand miles from an international border, but the counties that make up the region are becoming more globally cosmopolitan at a rapid rate.
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