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Center for New Americans

The Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Center for New Americans, hosted in partnership with YWCA New Hampshire, launched in December of 2017 to better serve the needs of the New American community in Manchester, NH. The program’s foundation is a safe space that welcomes anyone who enters, no matter their path to get there.

All youth attending the Center for New Americans are given appropriate transportation, a snack, and the ability to learn and grow. We also strive to build a more cohesive community in Manchester, and often host family dinner nights and other cultural celebrations for the community we serve.

For adults, SNHU partners with the YWCA NH to host the WELL, a space for wellness, education, language, and learning. This space seeks to advance continuing education for New Americans as well as create pathways for employment.

The Center for New Americans Services

Amiko Youth Program

The Amiko Youth Program is an after-school and vacation enrichment program for Manchester children ages 6-21. We provide soccer, art, music and social programming to participants through a number of community partnerships

theWELL

Wellness. Education. Language and Learning for Life.

TheWELL offers ESOL classes, Adult Basic Education, and accredited college degree programs.

 

Community Building

All people are welcome to join us for engaging, inclusive, educational, FUN community events here at the Center for New Americans. Click Learn More below for our upcoming calendar of events.

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