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E Pluribus Unum Prizes: Recognizing Exceptional Immigrant Integration Initiative

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    E Pluribus Unum Prizes: Recognizing Exceptional Immigrant Integration Initiatives From: Chhandasi Pandya _[mailto:CPandya@migrationpolicy.org]_
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 5, 2012
      E Pluribus Unum Prizes: Recognizing Exceptional Immigrant Integration Initiatives

      From: Chhandasi Pandya [mailto:CPandya@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 12:36 PM


      I am writing to let you know that the Migration Policy Institute’s E Pluribus Unum Prizes application period opened on January 2.  We are getting ready to launch the fourth year of the awards program and I would like to request your assistance in distributing information about it to groups and individuals you work with who are involved in successful immigrant integration efforts. 


      I would be happy to set up a call with you and let you more about the program. I can also send you the online announcement, a PDF flyer, or any other format that would make it convenient for you to distribute information about the Prize’s program.


      This will be the fourth year for the Prizes program and the application period runs through March 15. This year, the program will award three $50,000 prizes and one Corporate Leadership Award to exceptional initiatives that promote immigrant integration. As you may know, the 2011 winners were recognized at an event in Washington, DC in May and were also honored by the White House as “Champions of Change.”


      While the ultimate success of immigration policy turns on how well immigrants integrate into their new communities, workplaces and classrooms, this important work happens all too often with scant attention from policymakers, the public and other key stakeholders. We think the E Pluribus Unum Prizes represent an important opportunity to highlight work that often goes unnoticed and to broaden our collective sense of the different ways in which immigrant integration happens in the United States.


      Information about the E Pluribus Unum Prizes, including rules, procedures and the online application, can be found at www.integrationawards.org.


      If you have any questions, you can reach me at 202-266-1937 or by email at cpandya@.... Thank you again for any assistance you are able to provide to broaden the audience and community on immigrant integration.



      Warm Regards,



      Chhandasi Pandya

      Policy Analyst | Program Coordinator

      National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy

      Migration Policy Institute

      1400 16th St., NW, Suite 300

      Washington, DC 20036

      Office: 202-266-1937





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