What is Community Impact J.E.E.P. FREEWAY?
The Community Impact Freeway connects JEEP students & teachers to services, resources and information related to their program and beyond.
Our Jobs and Education Empowerment Project (JEEP) provides a full range of comprehensive services to adult participants looking to improve their professional and educational prospects. Our classes are always free of charge and open to adult residents (18 years and older) of Upper Manhattan and the city at large.
College Road and Job Road support services are also provided at no cost for all interested participants.
by Makan Camara, ESOL student, level 5, Summer 2019
Come in, enter this family
Our aim is to help you to achieve your goals
Make sure: you will get the right support
Multicultural and open is our environment
United, we are definitively stronger
No matter where you go in your life
Integrate our group and people will stand by you
Take a look on your future
You have all cards in your hands
Indeed, we build the future here and now
Mountains are not high enough
Practice will improve your skills
Action is the best way to learn
Consistent will be our endeavors, and
Together we will succeed
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
CONOCE TUS DERECHOS
If ICE Visits a Home, Employer, or Public Space
All people living in the United States, including undocumented immigrants, have certain U.S. Constitutional rights. Learn more about what you can do to protect yourself and your family in an encounter with federal immigration enforcement at NYC.gov/KnowYourRights
and call ActionNYC (1-800-354-0365) to connect with free, safe legal help.
The American Immigration Lawyers Association provides handouts on what to do for ICE worksite raids, home visits, or public stops.
Click here to download information in English, Spanish, Chinese, Portuguese, Arabic, Hatian Creole, or Punjabi.
J.E.E.P. (Jobs & Education Empowerment Project) is run by Community Impact at Columbia University.
Get in touch today:
Get in touch today:
For the ESOL program: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the TASC program:
105 Earl Hall, MC 2010
New York, NY 10027