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Trump victory sparks concern for Stamford minorities

Stamford Advocate November 10, 2016 Catalina was interviewed by the Stamford Advocate after the election results were in. “People are just coming in with really long faces, teary-eyed, asking what’s going to happen,” said Catalina Horak, executive director of Neighbor’s Link, a Stamford organization that provides resources to immigrants. Families are scared, she said. “This…
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août 31 2016

Campers get special teen counselor

Stamford Advocate August 31, 2016 By Nelson Oliveira STAMFORD — Over its five-year history in the city, Neighbors Link Stamford has had the help of dozens of young, and even teenage, volun- teers — but none of them like Austin Pager. Students and their parents who had signed them up for an academic summer camp…
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août 27 2016

Neighbors Link Stamford on News12 CT Our Lives Show

News12 Connecticut Our Lives Show August 27, 2016 In case you missed it! Catalina Horak, our Executive Director and Co-founder, appeared on News 12 Connecticut’s “Our Lives” to speak about our mission, our programs and the upcoming partnership with Norwalk Community College. Watch the Video
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août 27 2016

Stamford immigrant center gets $14K grant

Stamford Advocate August 25, 2016 Thank you to The Community Fund of Darien for its longstanding support of NLS! This most recent grant will assist overall efforts to increase employment opportunities for our students, including those in the Home Health Aide and Culinary/Catering industry Skills Development Program. Read full article
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août 24 2016

Academic Camp featured at News12

News Channel 12 August 23, 2016 News 12 Connecticut filmed this piece on the Summer Academic Camp! They interviewed Austin Pager, a Rye Country Day School student who was the inspiration behind the program and led it every Tuesday and Thursday in August. If you missed it on the news, watch the video here! We…
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NCC fait équipe avec Neighbors Link Stamford pour aider les immigrants à trouver un emploi dans l’industrie des soins de santé

Stamford Advocate July 27, 2016 STAMFORD — Raymonde Plantin allowed each syllable to linger on her tongue as she sounded out the words. Top shelf. Bottom drawer. Middle shelf. The 54-year-old Haitian immigrant was repeating short phrases in response to a question posed by her instructor — “Where should I put it?” Susan Benthall holds…
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