List of services that the Institute provides.
The Piast Institute is hosting a trip to Poland in 2020! Many major cities and sites are included in the itinerary.
A program of the Michigan Department of Education that certifies students with high proficiency in English and another foreign language.
The Piast Institute understands anti-defamation work in a broad and comprehensive way. An important part of our mission is to present an accurate, nuanced and fully rounded picture of Poles and Polish Americans and of their histories and culture in Poland and the New World.
As an official Census Information Center (CIC), Piast Institute provide access to all major databases of U.S. census information. It has a special interest in developing data on ancestry and ethnic groups with a particular focus on Polish Americans.
The Dekaban Liddle Foundations seek to benefit Poland and its citizens by enhancing the quality of Polish science and education by facilitating faculty exchanges in the fields of agriculture, economics, and engineering at universities in Poland, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. The foundation seeks to benefit Poland and its citizens by enhancing the quality of Polish science and education.
The Hamtramck Drug Free Community Coalition was founded by the Piast Institute in 2007 in response to rising rates of substance abuse among Hamtramck youth.
The Polish American Communication Initiative (PACI), is a unique tool developed in 2013 to empower the Polish American community. Through an easy and seamless process, PACI allows the community to effectively address national and regional issues to fight defamation.
The Polish Women’s Hall of Fame is a virtual exhibit hosted by the Piast Institute that seeks to honor and raise awareness of the stories of women’s lives and contributions to Polish and Polonian culture and history, and the contributions of women of Polish birth or descent to the world.