News - Recognized as National Leaders in Immigrant Integration

 The Carlos Rosario School received the Migration Policy Institute’s national E Pluribus Unum prize, recognizing its exemplary work around immigrant integration.

     “Carlos Rosario’s cutting-edge programming has allowed tens of thousands of immigrants to pursue the American Dream and go on to successes as bankers, pharmacists, chefs and business owners,” said MPI Senior Vice President Michael Fix.

     Since 2008, the MPI has recognized organizations that provide integration initiatives, with the goal of inspiring and providing models for others who are working to help immigrants and their children pursue and achieve their life goals.

     The other winning organizations are the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition, the Neighborhood Development Center, and Kaiser Permanente.