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The Making A Connection Program (MAC)
The MAC program matches refugee youth ages 15-24 with positive adult mentors to promote positive civic and social engagement and support individual educational and vocational advancement. MAC mentors help youth learn and adapt to American culture, while also maintaining and embracing their own heritage. Using a curriculum tailored to refugee youth and young adults, the MAC Program, through mentorship, provides activities to connect refugee youth and young adults to the world of work. Mentors will support youth in developing skills and knowledge to make healthy academic, career and financial choices which will result in socially and economically self–sufficient adults.
View and Print MAC Academy Curriculum
- Table of Contents
- Module 1 – Getting Ready for the Workplace
- Module 2 – The Job Hunt
- Module 3 – Managing Work and Personal Life
- Module 4 – On the Job
- Module 5 – Healthy Living
- Module 6 – Leadership Training
- Module 7 – Volunteering & Community Service
- Module 8 – The Language of the World of Work
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