This course is taught by various members of the program faculty. Each version of the course has its own subtitle, some being offered one time only while others are repeated and may evolve into regular courses with their own course number and title.
This course is offered by the Law School and is by instructor consent only. Students will need to send a resume and statement of interest to https://www.law.umich.edu/problemsolving/Pages/default.aspx by Saturday, March 25. Any questions should be directed to the instructor(s). If accepted, the Law School will then notify the SSW Registrar so an electronic permission can be entered to allow for the enrollment. This course is across multiple disciplines and will have very limited enrollment.
Graduate and professional students in business, economics, law, public policy, and social work are eligible to take this course.
Both refugees and foreign national victims of human trafficking are eligible for refugee resettlement benefits. How can these benefits be optimized to increase individual economic empowerment and economic development for the communities in which these individuals are resettled? This course will develop innovations to facilitate the economic integration of refugees and victims of human trafficking both during and after the resettlement process. These innovations may include educational programs to help these individuals start businesses or find employment, matching services to help them find entrepreneurship or career development mentors, funding or microfinance options to help them fund new businesses, or legal assistance to secure the documents necessary to obtain employment or start a business.
|Instructors:||Bridgette A. Carr, Rashmi A. Menon, James Hathaway|
|Topic:||Economic Integration for Individuals in the Refugee Resettlement Program|
|U-M Class #:||31980|
|Time:||Tue 3:00 PM - 6:10 PM|
This course is not taught within the SSW building.
|Credits:||3 Credit Hours|
|U:||Meet-Together - Has at least one non-SW class listing|