Maabb, if you need this asap, especially if your future depends on it, you need a teacher. A good one.
He/she shouldn't necessarily be a native speaker (you don't need your English to be perfect anyway), non-native teachers can be cheaper. But he/she must be good at teaching. At teaching pronunciation in particular, if you need this.
Or you need a friend who is good at teaching and is ready to help you.
There are not many people who are good at it. Even teachers often are not that great.
Also do things you don't do often. If you you don't read often, then read. If you don't read a particular kind of texts, read them. Audiobooks also help. If you have never studied grammar, find a good textbook and study grammar.
If you don't speak, then speak. If you don't write, then wirte. If you don't listen often, then listen.
Doing things that you have never been doing you progress faster.
As about partners, most of people just don't know other way to help than by talking to you. So 'partners' mean just 'practice' on most cases. But you live in USA... you must have a Lot of native speakers around you to talk with! Talk. Possibly there is a group of Arabic learners in your city. Then may be in exchange for conversations in your Arabic dialect they will help you.