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The Nashville International Center for Empowerment, formerly the Sudanese Community and Women's Services Center, is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to empowering refugees and immigrants of Middle Tennessee through direct social services and educational programs.

Featured Story

My New American Dream: A Personal Story and Perspective of a South Sudanese American Refugee

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Nashville Immigrant Success: CEO’s Story From African Child Soldier To Developing Leadership Skills In “My New American Dream”

“Gat is clearly a remarkable person. But he is also proof that the American Dream is alive and well in Nashville, Tennessee.” ~ Mayor Karl Dean

Featured Members

Many thanks to these members of N.I.C.E.
  • Hikmat Ali
    Staff of the Quarter: Hikmat Ali

    Congratulations to Hikmat Ali, the NICE Staff of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2014. Hikmat started as a Case Worker in the Resettlement Department at NICE only six months ago. Even more amazing, Hikmat has only been in the U.S. for nine months! Yet in that short amount of time, he has made a real difference [...]

  • San Sarki
    May 2014 Volunteer of the Month: San Sarki

    Congratulations to San Sarki, the NICE Volunteer of the Month for May 2014. San has worked extensively in our Education Department, specifically with the Refugee Integration Program. Despite working full-time at The Cheesecake Factory, San volunteers several hours each week to support his fellow community members. Whether filling out paperwork, translating, or driving clients to [...]

  • POSITION FILLED: Youth Education Specialist

    Youth Education Specialist POSTED: May 28, 2014 Nashville International Center for Empowerment, established in 2005, is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community-based organization dedicated to empowering refugees and immigrants in Middle Tennessee through direct social services and educational programs. The Youth Education Specialist will report to the Youth Education Coordinator and will work closely with education program staff. [...]