ALLIES Immigrant Integration Goal
The ALLIES Immigrant Integration Framework was developed by five South Bay adult schools, two
community colleges and the ALLIES coalition. The model is meant to increase the
chances for success by English-learning immigrants in their educations, careers
This work holds our institutions to a higher level of accountability to immigrant communities and relies on building strong alliances with community partners who share the same goal of advancing the interests of Santa Clara County immigrant communities.
The Founding Partners of this project are:
- The Alliance for Language Learners’ Integration, Education and Success (ALLIES): a coalition of adult schools, community colleges, and community-based organizations in Silicon Valley, promoting collaboration across ESL providers and supporting innovative multi-sector partnerships
- The South Bay Consortium for Adult Education (SBCAE): an Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG) consortium made up of four colleges and five adult schools, collectively serving over 30,000 adult education students in Santa Clara County
The ALLIES Immigrant Integration Framework introduced the following eight high-level immigrant integration goals along with associated benchmarks: The Immigrant Integration Framework prioritizes building the assets of immigrant in the eight areas shown below. Click on the buttons to access rosters of community allies in the Santa Clara County who share our commitment to supporting the success of immigrant communities.