is a refugee resettlement organization, providing refugees and immigrants services from arrival in the country through 5 years or citizenship. They offer a continuum of services to their clients in order to best serve them along the cultural adjustment journey in the United States. They offer the following services: resettlement, employment, immigration, Parents as Teachers, school liaison, and after-school services. They have 4 after-school programs for elementary and middle school refugee students. These students are K-8, and most have been in the country for less than 5 years. Their students have a variety of backgrounds, and there is not one explanation that could encompass them all.
New American Pathways (NAP) overarching goal is to support refugees/immigrants in surviving and then thriving in Georgia. They provide programs and educational resources to both middle school aged and high school girls in both English and leadership development. Their middle school program includes around 70 refugee students from 11‑18 years old. These students receive ESOL instruction and are from low income families. Their high school program includes 22 refugee girls from 9-12th grade; many of the students receive ESOL instruction and will be first generation high school graduates.