What is Pathway for New Americans?

Pathway for New Americans is a partnership between US Citizenship and Immigration Services and the city of Nashville. It’s a community-wide approach to promoting citizenship education and awareness in Davidson County.

This project is supported and managed by Nashville Public Library, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhoods and Community Engagement and Metro Parks Community Centers.

What are New Americans Corners?

New Americans Corners can help New Americans in Nashville move along the path of citizenship. At these information booths, located at Nashville Public Library (NPL) and Metro Parks locations, people can get free information about English language learning (ESL), immigration, naturalization, and citizenship. NPL and Parks also partner with local nonprofits to host English and citizenship skills classes.

Where can I find a New Americans Corner?

A message from mayor Karl Dean

Learn more about the mayor’s Office of New Americans