Tag: Chicago

Mongolian American Yahoo Groups


  1. Amerikmongolchuud · “AmerikMongolchuud” Mongolian Community
  2. arlington_mongolians · Arlington area Mongolians
  3. bay_area_mongolian_soccer · Bay Area Mongolian Soccer
  4. bay_area_mongolians · The Bay Area Mongolian Community
  5. california_mongols
  6. ChicagoMongols · Chicago Mongols
  7. colo_mongols · Colorado Mongolians
  8. dctsuglaan · DC Mongol Tsuglaan
  9. florida_mongolians
  10. HamagMongol · Mongolian Americans
  11. LA_MONGLOBAL
  12. la_mongolchurch
  13. la_mongols
  14. mongolianyouthleaders · Mongolian Youth Leaders
  15. orloo · Welcome to Orloo Group
  16. sac_mongolians · sacramento_mongolians
  17. sfbaymongols
  18. us_mongols · US Mongols
  19. wastate_mongolians · WA State dahi Mongolchuud
  20. mongoliadc
  21. New_York_Mongolians
  22. temtsel · Bainuu US Mongolian Community
  23. huhtenger  Bay Area Mongolians
  24. mongol_toronto
  25. mgl_immanuel · “Immanuel” San Francisco Mongolian Christian church
  26. Canada_Mongol · Canadian Mongolian
  27. albertamongols · Alberta Mongols
  28. AmericanMongols · American Mongolian Academy 
  29. mongolian_frontiers · American Mongolian Frontiers
  30. themongolianschool
  31. mongoliancommunity · Mongolian Community  Center Los Angeles
  32. MongolSurguuli · Mongol Surguuli
  33. mongolcc · Mongolian Cultural Center
  34. m_americans · Mongolian Americans’s Group
  35. helpj1students · Support Mongolian J-1 students
  36. mongoltoronto · Mongolian Community of Ontario
  37. sac_mgl_students · Mongolian Students Club in Sacramento
  38. fulbright_mongolia_2011 · Mongolian Fulbright group 2011 

 

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Mongol American Facebook Groups


 

Mongol American Presenting Facebook Groups.

Are you eager to looking for Mongol Americans on Facebook Groups ?

We are recommending to you  recent and most active Facebook Groups .

  1. NYC Mongol
  2. Mongolian Student Association-Los Angeles
  3. Mongolians in Boston
  4. Cool Mongolians Chi-Town only Chicago
  5. Chicago Bulls Mongolian Fans
  6. Bay Area Mongolians Zar
  7. Mongolian American Student Association (MASA)
  8. Chicago Mongolian Football
  9. Bay Area Mongolian Com
  10. The Mongolian School of the National Capitol Area
  11. NYC MGL
  12. Cool Mongolians in Los Angeles
  13. Mongolians in Saskatoon  Canada
  14. Hazara Mongolian Global Initiative
  15. Young Mongolian Professionals Association in America ,NGO
  16. Mongolian Students Non Profit  Organization in America (MSNOA)
  17. DMV Mongolians
  18. Hazara Association of Canada
  19. Kalmyk American Association
  20. Kalmyk Brotherhood Society
  21. Buryats in America
  22. NYC & New Jersey Kalmyks
  23. Гадаадад суугаа монголчууд (Mongolians who lives in Overseas)
  24. American Youth Leadership Program with Mongolian
  25. American Mongolian Basketball
  26. Canadian Alumni of Mongolia
  27. PC- Mongolia DC
  28. Mongolian American Women’s Association
  29. Mongolians in Boston (the new better version)

 

Chicago Mongol Naadam 2012


Chicago‘s Mongolian community gathers this year   Sunday 10 am ,July 8th 2012  to celebrate the Mongolian Naadam.

This Festivity is the one of the major celebration on the Mongolians honor of the national holiday of Motherland Mongolia. During the celebration, Mongolians compete in traditional sporting events and competitions that include archery, wrestling, and children’s wood horse racing.

Organizers: Mongol American Association, Chicago Mongolian Community Association, Mongolian Culture Heritage and Wrestler Center

Sunday, July 8th, 2012,

Time: 10:00 am

Location: Busse Woods Forest Preserve Higgins Road, Groves 5-6 Elk Grove Village, IL 60009

Contact: 773-299-0729, 773-954-4212, 773-879-2757

Web: Mongolian American Association    ,  American Mongolian Association ,

Facebook:  American Mongolian Association

About Chicago Mongol Community,

Chicago’s Mongolian community, while geographically dispersed, is an organized and active group with a strong network of mutual assistance. The Mongolian American Association, founded in 1998, aids newcomers from Mongolia, serves as an organizational center for the community, and sponsors social and cultural events such as concerts and speakers. It is affiliated with other Mongolian groups in San Francisco, Denver, and Washington, and by 2001 it boasted 250 members. Some Chicago Mongolians attend cultural events in Bloomington, Indiana, where a small community of Mongols is gathered around the Mongolia Society and Indiana University’s Department of Central Eurasian Studies, the only program in the United States to grant a degree in Mongolian Studies.

Chicago’s Mongolian community gathers each year in  February to celebrate the Mongolian New Year ( White Moon or White Months )

The community also gathers frequently for parties, concerts, speeches, and other social events and such Mongolian cultural activities as a performance by a Mongolian artist or a visit by a Mongolian Buddhist Monk. The Mongolian community maintains ties with Tibetan Buddhists in Chicago, and the groups sometimes celebrate holidays together.

Many of Chicago’s Mongolians are students who came to Chicago to further their education and have chosen to stay in the United States after completing their schooling. Others have come in search of new personal or economic opportunities, and many anticipate their stay to be only temporary. A few Mongolian entrepreneurs have established small businesses, and there is a small professional community. Many Mongolians are well educated but face difficulties on the job market posed by limited English skills and illegal status, forcing them to enter trades and service industries, including rug and carpet cleaning, construction, electrical trades, computers, food service, and custodial work.

Mongolian American Student Associaton

Mongolian American Student Associaton


Mission

Our mission is to facilitate and foster Mongolian American students to achieve their educational and professional career goals, while strengthening and sustaining better communities.

Description
Education is the ultimate key to success. There are many Mongolian Americans who miss the opportunity to get higher education due to lack of information. Many think they can’t juggle their time well between work and school. Some think they can’t attend college because they are undocumented or they can’t afford it. Some may not even see a well advantage from attending a college. Thus, Mongolian American Cultural Association  will help you  provide information and encourage students to achieve their educational and career goals.
Mongolian American Student Survey
Questions :
Are you Mongolian currently living in the United States ?
  • Yes
  • No
Are you currently enrolled in school ?
  • Yes
  • No
What is the highest level of education your father has completed?
  • High School
  • Some College
  • Bachelor
  • Masters
  • PhD
  •  Unknown
What is the highest level of education your mother has completed?
  •  High School
  •  Some College
  •  Bachelor
  •  Masters
  •  PhD
  •   Unknown
 Is your immediate family currently living in the United States?
  •  Yes
  •  No
 What was the main reason you/your family decided to move to the United States?
  •  Education
  •  Financial
  •   Other
 Would you be interested in joining a not for profit Mongolian American student organization?

  •  Yes
  •   No

What the main reason you are interested in joining a Mongolian American student organization?

…………………………………………

What activities/events would most attract you to attend an event?

  •  Social events
  •  Educational events
  •  Networking events
  •   Others:

What is the best means to reach you with information regarding activities/events? (check all that apply):

  • E-mail
  • Word of mouth
  • Facebook
  •  Text message
  •  Twitter
  •  Other (please specify):

Where do you see yourself in the following years?

Attending school Working in Mongolia Working in USA
5 years Where do you see yourself in the following years? 5 years Attending school 5 years Working in Mongolia 5 years Working in USA
10 years Where do you see yourself in the following years? 10 years Attending school 10 years Working in Mongolia 10 years Working in USA
20 years Where do you see yourself in the following years? 20 years Attending school 20 years Working in Mongolia 20 years Working in USA

Do you feel adequately prepared to get a job?

  •  Yes
  •  Somewhat
  •  Not really
  •  No

What do you think is your biggest career challenge?

……………………………………..
In your opinion how important is it to have career guidance and access to careers services like Career finder tests, interview coaching, CV clinics, etc. at this stage?
  •  Very important
  •  Important
  •  Somewhat important
  •  Not important

Indicate age:

  •  Under 16
  •  16-18
  •  19-21
  •   22-25
  •   26-30
  •   30+
 Indicate gender:
  •  Male
  •  Female
 Where were you born?
  •  Mongolia
  •  USA
  •  Other:
At what age did you come to the states?

………………………
How long have you been living in the United States? (in years)

……………………….
Which state do you live in?
  1. Alabama
  2. Alaska
  3. Arizona
  4.  Arkansas
  5.  California
  6.  Colorado
  7.  Connecticut
  8.  Delaware
  9.  Florida
  10. Georgia
  11. Hawaii
  12.  Idaho
  13.  Illinois
  14. Indiana
  15. Iowa
  16. Kansas
  17. Kentucky
  18. Louisiana
  19. Maine
  20.  Maryland
  21. Massachusetts
  22.  Michigan
  23.  Minnesota
  24.  Mississippi
  25. Missouri
  26. Montana
  27.  Nebraska
  28. Nevada
  29. New Hampshire
  30. New Jersey
  31.  New Mexico
  32. New York
  33. North Carolina
  34. North Dakota
  35. Ohio
  36. Oklahoma
  37.  Oregon
  38.  Pennsylvania
  39. Rhode Island
  40. South Carolina
  41. South Dakota
  42.  Tennessee
  43.  Texas
  44.  Utah
  45.  Vermont
  46. Virginia
  47. Washington
  48. West Virginia
  49. Wisconsin
  50.  Wyoming
What is your household income in U.S. dollars?
  •  Below $40,000
  •  $40,000-$60,000
  •  $60,000-$80,000
  •  $80,000 +
What is your current residency status in the United States?
  •   Citizen
  •   Green Card Holder
  •    F-1 Student Visa
  •    Undocumented
  •    Other Visa. Please specify
What is your living condition?
  •  I live alone
  •  I live with roommates
  •  I live with relatives/family
  •   Other:
Would you like to be entered into a raffle for $50 Visa Gift Card? If you click yes, then you will be asked to provide contact information in case you are the winner!
  •  Yes
  •   No

Please provide your e-mail address:……………………………

Email :bganba2@uic.edu  , okushag@gmail.com ,  Masasuragch@gmail.com