Great Night of Awards and Recognitions at MIRA USA Gala 2018

Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC- Enthusiasm and joy were the characteristics that marked the MIRA USA Gala 2018, which took place on Friday, November 2nd in Charlotte and in which the work of the most outstanding volunteers of the year was recognized, and the work of MIRA USA was highlighted. More than 200 people that attended…

MIRA USA volunteers informing to the community how to vote in Morris County elections in New Jersey

Dover, NJ –  On  October 11th and 18th,  MIRA USA held an informative day entitle “Learn How to Vote in the Elections of Morris County in New Jersey”. The meeting took place in the facilities of the Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs in the towns of Dover and Morristown. Click  here to see the photos Those…

Informing the Hispanic Community on Immigration Topics in Elizabeth, NJ.

Elizabeth, NJ – On October 13, 2018, MIRA USA held an immigration workshop in Elizabeth, NJ. Its main purpose was to educate and provide the Hispanic community with up-to-date information relating to immigration. The workshop was held at the Peterstown Community Center and we were pleased to be accompanied by attorney Oscar Barbosa from Diaspora…

More People Lose their Fear of Taking the Citizenship Test with MIRA USA in Tampa

Tampa, FL – More than 50 permanent residents with the desire to become United States citizens, gathered on Saturday, October 13, 2018, to lose their fear of taking the citizenship test in the workshop organized by MIRA USA. The event counted with the participation of María Rodríguez, agent of the United States Citizenship and Immigration…

Planning and Financial Organization, a Workshop that Educates our Community How Effectively Manage their Money

West Palm Beach, FL –  On Octuber 13th, MIRA USA held with great succes The  Financial Planning and Organization workshop at PalmBeach,  where we had more than 30 attendees. We thank Allgen Financial for their presence and valuable information . Click here to see the photos  

Latinos Learned about the Voting Process in North Carolina

Charlotte, NC – A group of Latinos, mostly women, received first-hand information about the voting process in North Carolina during the seminar organized by MIRA USA in the city of Charlotte on Saturday, September 28th at the Morrison Regional Library. The event had the participation of Michael Dickerson, director of the Mecklenburg County Board of…

MIRA USA celebrated the Latino heritage by walking in the 2018 Parade of Nations in Washington D.C.

Washington D.C. – On September 29, the largest Latino parade was held in Washington D.C., commemorating the month of Latin culture where MIRA USA was present as a civic organization with representation from volunteers from Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. Volunteers where walked with other people from Latin American countries with their different flags celebrating…

With Great Willingness and Enthusiasm, Miraists Volunteers in Elizabeth, NJ Took Part in a Beautiful Activity, Adopt-A-Park.

This activity took place on Saturday, September 15th, in Mattano Park. Approximately 40 volunteers, including adults, teens, and children, arrived at 9:00 am sporting their blue shirts and ready to work. Before starting, the group received a brief training on how to properly plant a tree. Together with Betty Kelly, an Environmental Specialist from the…

“Business Competition: A New Way to Start Your Business” a Workshop for Entrepreneurs

Houston, TX- On Saturday, August 25, 2018, MIRA USA completed a workshop that encouraged and motivated many emerging entrepreneurs in the Hispanic community. As entrepreneurs, the search for resources to promote a business is fundamental. Houston is a city that encourages the creation of small businesses since it has always had a positive attitude towards…

Multiple tools and strategies were given in employment workshop in Connecticut

With the participation of 3 qualified panelists, the first free employment workshop was held on Saturday, September 8 in the city of Stratford CT. Forty people,  from different parts of Connecticut, Westchester and  New York, attended the workshop and were able to find guidelines and better alternatives for a job interview and the creation of a…