Students host ‘international fair,’ teach community about Broome County’s diversity at American Civic Association

first_imgThe event helps celebrate diversity in Broome County. The event had a big turn out. Some students said they learned even more than they taught today. The students were at the ACA to help celebrate diversity and educate the public on international organizations they chose. An immigration lawyer even gave a presentation on how to become an American citizen at the event. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Broome-Tioga BOCES students in the New Visions Law and Government Academy hosted an international fair at the American Civic Association Tuesday morning.center_img “It was really cool to see how much impact the organization has and how much outreach it has,” said Colleen Denmon, a senior at Union-Endicott. They each educated themselves on different countries that make up the majority of immigrated residents in Broome County and served as delegates for each country. “Especially having ties in Broome County since its headquarter in NYC, it was really cool to see a local connection here,” they said.last_img

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