MIRA staff and partners are available to provide a great variety of trainings for state legislators, groups, organizations, service providers, workplaces, and immigrant clients. Numbers of attendees generally range from 15-80, and trainings are often done in partnership with other organizations.
Below you may find a list of trainings we have conducted in the past. Please feel free to contact us with your specific needs or interests as well!
Examples of Past Trainings Include:
- Legislative briefing on domestic violence/sexual assault services funded by DPH 4513-1130 (including the Refugee and Immigrant Safety and Empowerment program
- Trainings for state legislators and staff on immigration law and eligibility for public benefits:
- Training on American Immigration Law and Public Benefits for delegation of Chinese officials
- Training on DACA for ABE/ESOL Providers
- Training on DACA, community forum on the Administration’s latest changes
- Democracy School: an intensive two-day training in which youth leaders, organizers, community leaders, community members, all can learn essenial skills for better organizing a campaign and strengthening their work. In 2015, the theme was tackling structural racism and supporting diversity.
- S-Comm/Know Your Rights Workshops (in English and Spanish)
- Multi-week BIA accredation traingings for community leaders pursing accredidation
- Workshop on Administrative Relief to provide information to clients and prepare documents