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These programs touch upon a number of major issues.
Each grantmaking program also works within clearly stated geographic parameters or regions.
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Established in 1988, the American Arab Heritage Council serves the needs of Arab-Americans and other recent immigrants in Genesee County through programming such as diversity education, interfaith dialogues, and immigration services. This renewal grant will provide support to the grantee for the Immigration Services project. During the grant period, the project will continue to help immigrants navigate the American legal system and become acclimated to life in Genesee County by providing immigration forums, training volunteers to assist with immigration casework, and offering citizenship classes.
This grant renews support to the Prima Civitas Foundation to pursue a broad range of initiatives and strategies designed to make Michigan globally competitive in the new economy. Begun in 2005 with the mission of transforming mid-Michigan's economy, the grantee now works statewide to build networks that connect Michigan's knowledge assets with catalytic opportunities for economic growth. During the grant period, the grantee will continue to implement a strategic plan focused on promoting international trade; attracting international businesses; and recruiting, retaining, and developing a 21st century workforce. Through the Flint Area Reinvestment Office, a program of Prima Civitas, the grantee will also continue to maintain a strong focus on the Greater Flint region.
The Mott Foundation, through its four grantmaking programs, funds selected projects focusing on state-wide economic, workforce, and environmental challenges.
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