April 18th CIC’s Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps partnered with CTS’s Counselling Center on “Mental Health and Healthy Congregations,” a workshop for Latino pastors. Pastors, community leaders and mental health professionals explored the challenges
IRSC member Lyla Spath, hosted at the Center for interfaith Cooperation, shares the opportunities for service and learning that this AmeriCorps program provides.
April 14th — CIC's IRSC is one of the most innovative AmeriCorps programs around. Find out what makes it special by lunching with members.
April 18th — Taller de capacitación para Pastores(as) y/o líderes comunitarios titulado:Sin Murallas y Expuestos al Peligro, centrado en Proverbios 25:28.
The Immigrant & Refugee Service Corps, an AmeriCorps program hosted by CIC, mobilizes community support to increase services to newcomers and others in Central Indiana. IRSC members took the lead in formulating the Ethnic Self-Help
Damaris Franco is serving at Christian Theological Seminary’s counseling center as an AmeriCorps member for the Center for Interfaith Cooperation's Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps.
CIC’s Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps has been renewed for its third year! The 10 member AmeriCorps program provides a platform to assist and learn from new Americans in our community. We serve to communicate
by Waddell Hamer Recently, President Barack Obama was inaugurated for his second term as President of the United States. As fate would have it, his second Inauguration happened to fall on the national holiday of
By Lyndsay Crespo It’s the beginning of a new year, and for many people, that means new goals to achieve, new ideas to explore, and new experiences to grow from. For us involved with the
Greetings, my name is Esteban Ortiz, member of the Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps. The holidays are upon us again, and what I personally like about the holidays is time
On September 10th, CIC welcomed ten new Americorps members for training as the Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps. [one_half]I am one of them serving here at the Center for Interfaith Cooperation. We are currently serving