Explore and Learn About the Latest Opportunities for Doing Business with India

The Consulate Generale of India, NY, India Ohio Chamber of Commerce,  and Ariel International Center invite you to explore and learn about the latest opportunities for Doing Business with India.  Join us Thursday, February 22, 2018 • 3:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Ariel International Center this event is free, but registration is required. Click here to register!   … Continued

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Immigrant Business Spotlight: Walker’s Meats

Adding Asian flavors to the West Side Market, One tasty morsel at a Time   Change comes slowly to the West Side Market-one of the largest and oldest public markets in America– but at a pace Jungsoon An can abide. She’s one of only a handful of Asian vendors at the bustling arcade, so you … Continued

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Guest Blog: Belfast, A City Under Construction

Written by Alexa Fedynsky    With my love of the Titanic I knew I had to go to Belfast. After finding a cheap flight on Google Flights, I knew that had to be the first international destination of my trip. I spent the weeks before reading about what to see—I knew about the Titanic and … Continued

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Meet Our Community Navigator: Eunice Cabrera

My name is Eunice Cabrera, Transitions Assistant- Aspire Program at Cuyahoga Community College. Our program serve approximately 1, 200 immigrants and refugees with English classes and Transition Services. My main responsibility as Transition Assistant is to assist students who are interested in attending college, find employment and/or get information about resources and services in the … Continued

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The Magic of Cleveland in One Astonishing School

By Joe Cimperman   Aniya is smiling. We went to her classroom at Thomas Jefferson International Newcomers Academy in the heart of the MetroWest Neighborhood at West 46 and Clark Avenue. She is smiling because she met someone who not only speaks Turkish, but through the incredible providence and serendipity that is Cleveland she met … Continued

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New ‘Citizenship Corners’ Established In Local Library Branches

By: Christopher Hoey   Global Cleveland is dedicated to being a resource to the international community of Cleveland. In an attempt to make resources regarding citizenship more readily available, we will be partnering with 5 local library branches to install Citizenship Corners that will be stocked with pamphlets and other informational materials that can be … Continued

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Immigrant Business Spotlight: Micah Specialty Foods

Hungry for home, Nana, an immigrant from Ghana, recreates the flavors of Africa in Cleveland   It was natural that Nana Kwamena Takyi-Micah felt homesick that first year at Hiram College. He missed his family, 5,000 miles away in the African nation of Ghana. He also very much missed the food.  That was his motivation … Continued

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Puerto Ricans in Distress Begin to Arrive in Cleveland

  Beckoned by family, hurricane victims are looking for jobs and place to live   As Hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico braces for a long and painful recovery, attention is turning toward welcoming and resettling islanders compelled to leave. And not a moment too soon. Community groups are already witnessing a surge of newcomers from the island. … Continued

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Cleveland Police Looking For Cultural Diversity

The City of Cleveland strives to create a Public Safety force that reflects its richly diverse community which includes our naturalized citizens who call Cleveland home!  Whether you are a newly naturalized citizen or have been here for a while we are asking You to join our family!  Assist us in providing the best services … Continued

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