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WINTER CYCLE: REGISTRATION 2018

We have exciting news! Our WINTER CYCLE of English Classes will be starting in JANUARY, 2018. Come and register in DECEMBER to secure your place! We have attached flyers in English, Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, Russian and Japanese. If you are interested in our English Language Program, please contact us at (212) 421-9538 or instituteforimmigrantconcerns@gmail.com We … Continue reading WINTER CYCLE: REGISTRATION 2018

The IIC celebrates 35th Anniversary of the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen

Last week our Program Assistant, Poppy Smith attended the 35th Anniversary Celebration of the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen. They have been proudly serving hungry and homeless New Yorkers since 1982. No obstacle has ever proven to stand in their way and they have been serving 1,000 meals each and every day to those in need … Continue reading The IIC celebrates 35th Anniversary of the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen

AGAIN! IIC is proud to announce participation by staff in the 2015 High Line Open Studios October 17-18.

Previously featured in the New York Times, the High Line Open Studios evolved out of an annual grass roots movement by West Chelsea artists organizing to open their studios to the public. Art lovers, collectors, dealers and visitors will be able to meet the artists first hand. Once again, the IIC is proud to announce the art … Continue reading AGAIN! IIC is proud to announce participation by staff in the 2015 High Line Open Studios October 17-18.

IIC is proud to announce participation by staff in the 2014 High Line Open Studios

The High Line Open Studios evolved out of an annual grass roots movement by West Chelsea artists organizing to open their studios to the public. Art lovers, collectors, dealers and visitors will be able to meet the artists first hand. The IIC is proud to announce the art work of Donna Kelsh and Raquel Diaz, the talented … Continue reading IIC is proud to announce participation by staff in the 2014 High Line Open Studios

Response to the New York Times article on English language classes

The August 6th New York Times article is framed in such a way that New York Times readers might assume that the New York Public Library is the only English Language provider in town, when in fact, immigrants who study Englsih have options throughout New York City: CUNY, DOE, the unions and community based organizations including the … Continue reading Response to the New York Times article on English language classes