Refugees are unable to equitably benefit from vital services provided by Michigan's Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program, WIOA-funded programs, and other important programs, largely due to their level of English proficiency and digital literacy skills. The information and accelerated pace of the programs are overwhelming for refugees who lack the English proficiency to learn, retain, and apply the lessons and resources presented. However, there have been a number of refugees identified, who have an intermediate or greater level of English proficiency, who have successfully navigated Michigan's TANF work preparation and placement program and other programs. The project seeks to aid refugees in preparation to fully engage TANF and WIOA-funded employment services. The project will improve refugees' English proficiency for more robust social integration, access to better paying jobs, leading to true economic self-sufficiency.