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People and Culture


In an effort to provide culturally competent services to our diverse citizens and employees, we have included some community resources. These organizations are not affiliated with Macomb County or Global Macomb. Please click on the respective links to be directed to the individual sites of the organizations.

Global Detroit

Below are links to Global Detroit's research and resources that are useful. The collection of documents found in the link below are for the following categories: EB-5 and Foreign Investment, General Economic Impact of Immigration, International Students, Labor Market Impacts of Immigrants, and Urban Revitalization.

A Welcome Mat, or inventory, of services that focus on insuring that English language classes, citizenship classes, legal services around immigration issues, job training and placement, cultural assimilation, and other vital services are provided to ease the transition into a new culture and to assist in day-to-day living.  These programs all help foster a sense of community and help immigrants stay and grow in a city.

Additional Resources

Welcome Mat Detroit

Access Growth Center

Welcoming Michigan

Michigan Roundtable

Welcoming America

Warren Tri-County Fine Arts, Inc.

Mission: To promote awareness and appreciation of the fine arts in the community.
The Warren Fine Arts Center, an art cultural center, in continuing to build a curriculum that is dedicated to teaching the visual arts for all levels, beginner to advanced. With hands-on active participation in our studios, workshops and classes, our students are guided by expert prominent regional artists and instructors to grow and develop their own skills as artists.
For more information click here

ACCESS assisting, improving, empowering

Access Sterling Heights provides medical, public and behavioral health services to working familie, immigrants and refugees along with programs focused on employment-based ESL education, financial coaching and entrepreneurship.
For English flyer click here
For Arabic flyer click here

Access ESL Classes

Enrollment now open for free employment- based ESL classes
Contact Ms. Ranam Kazziha at (586) 330-8030
For more information click here