Initiatives

"It is not enough to just welcome immigrants to the City of Boston. We must make a collective effort to ensure that immigrants feel welcomed, and include their voices in the city government."  - Former Mayor Thomas M. Menino

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    New Bostonians Fellowship

    The overaching goal of the New Bostonians Fellowship is to create and replicate succesful practices in welcoming and empowering immigrants to fully participate in the social, economic, and civic life of the City.

    Application Deadline: August 11, 2014

    Program Start Date: September 2014

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    New Bostonians Summit Initiative

    The New Bostonians Summit Initiative is a multi-year, city-wide process which brings together leaders from seven sectors to address the top priorities identified by Boston's immigrant communities: ESOL, K-12 Education and Jobs.

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    English for New Bostonians

    ENB is a strategic, public-private-community collaboration founded by MONB in 2001 to improve access to ESOL programs in the city of Boston.
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Videos & Multimedia »


  • 11th Annual Three Kings Day Luncheon
    This traditionally Latin-American and Caribbean celebration gives Latino city workers to celebrate their heritage. Three city employees are honored for their service to the Latino community. Watch Video »
  • New Bostonians Summit
    This summit addresses issues facing Boston's immigrants, including jobs, education, and learning English as a second languageWatch Video »

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