Computer delivery to students to stay connected and participate in remote English conversation groups

Recently, working alongside Dana (TEAN board member) and Nsiona (Brunswick cultural broker), TEAN interns Lianna and Mary delivered computers provided by local schools to students of asylum-seeking families. Access to these computers will allow these students to stay connected, participate in remote English conversation groups, and interact with our interns throughout the summer and school … More Computer delivery to students to stay connected and participate in remote English conversation groups

Thank you for a great event!!!

Thanks to everyone in this picture for working to pull together our first ever event. October 17th TEAN hosted a lovely party and silent auction to support the work we do in the community. Thank you to everyone who came and who has supported the efforts of this organization over the past two years!

Wrapping up 2016!

So just to recap… On October 19th of this year we sent our first email blast to a group of prospective TEAN Allies. Since then we’ve formed a contact list of hundreds of emails and over 560 Facebook members have joined our Facebook group (www.facebook.com/groups/emergencyactionnetwork/). In the past 2 months we have provided hundreds of items to … More Wrapping up 2016!