The WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships provides multicultural services for community integration and empowerment of Bowling Green's diverse populations. The programs are funded through grants and donations and include community events, workshops and acculturation services for refugees, a Hispanic GED and ESL program, information on community resources, cultural sensitivity trainings, as well as interpretation, and translation services."
To contact one of our staff members about multicultural services, refer to the list below.
Multicultural Services Staff and Contact Information
Nadia De Leon, Community Engagement Coordinator, Cultural Sensitivity Trainer - Nadia.firstname.lastname@example.org - 270-782-0966
Julia Rivas, Multicultural Services Assistant, Refugee Services and Community Integration - Julia.email@example.com - 270-782-0653
Jennifer Bell, Refugee Empowerment Services Coordinator - Jenniferb@cedarsbg.org - 270-782-0653
Natalia Bradley, Hispanic GED & ESL Program Coordinator - Natalia.firstname.lastname@example.org 270-782-0653
Art of Community workshop
Friday September 28th at 9:00am
The workshop will explore strategies and examples of programs that have successfully merged the arts with social services in order to enhance the integration of immigrants/refugees. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
Multicultural Community Resources
The ALIVE Center publishes information regarding community resources in Bowling Green. We are currently in the process of making these resources available in multiple languages. Currently, we maintain a Hispanic Community Resource Guide.