AMA is a student organization at Colorado College (Colorado Springs) dedicated to assisting community students whose parents in many cases do not speak English fluently and are unable to help their children with their homework. AMA provides weekly tutoring sessions in English and Spanish, to help students from Middle-School and High-School to improve their speaking, reading, writing, and homework skills. Adding to this, AMA also provides children with fun educational activities, snacks, and transportation accommodation when necessary. We aim to decrease obstacles to access educational resources while trying to help student learn through friendship and various activities.
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The bilingual staff at MSU Denver’s Immigrant Services Program can assist with questions about applying, paying for, and succeeding in higher education.
Students learn the skills needed to read, write and speak in English at levels necessary to function in a job, in the family and in society.
English language classes, a community-run food access program, an organic urban farm, a comprehensive care dental clinic, Community Navigators and Family Partners
Get help filling out your forms, and Scholarships. Undocumented & DACAmented are welcome
The Accompaniment and Sanctuary Coalition Colorado Springs (ASC COS) helps with government navigation in a variety of ways. No matter your status,
APDC provides victims assistance and support to those who have witnessed a crime.
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About Arapahoe Libraries Arapahoe Libraries provides a wide variety of services to immigrants in Colorado.FREE Services/Support English Language Learning Job & Career Help Technology Assistance Community Resource Navigation Requirements These resources...
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Located in Summit County, Colorado, FIRC works to strengthen local families through education and financial resources. We believe strong sustainable families are the key to a strong and healthy community. We focus on families with dependent children, seniors, and people with disabilities.
Collaborating with Denver’s multicultural community to create equitable opportunities for learning, discovery, and connection.
Community College of Denver (CCD) welcomes ASSET/ DREAMer students! Pursuing an education is important and can sometimes feel overwhelming. CCD has dedicated staff to help you through the process and make you feel at home.
Juntos 2 College prepares undocumented high school seniors for career success by supporting them through the DACA application process and the entrepreneurial process in order to earn income legally.
To provide equitable resources and outcomes to ensure that all migrant children/youth are postsecondary and workforce ready and that all families are empowered to succeed.
Our Career Pathways program teaches job-seekers the skills they need to succeed in today’s workplace through workshops, intensive career readiness and industry specific training, 1-on-1 career coaching, and connection to higher education.
The Center for Inclusion and Social Change at the University of Colorado, Boulder provides support and advocate for under-represented students on campus, including our undocumented, mixed status, DACAmented, and wider Dreamer community.
MotherWise empowers women and their families to thrive during pregnancy and after a new baby is born.
Imagine! offers services to people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Some programs are offered regardless of immigration status.
Focus Points Family Resource Center provides diverse programming for families, including Adult Education, Early Childhood programs, Family Support Services, WorkForce, and much more.
This program supports UCCS Undocumented/DACA/ASSET students, also referred to as Dreamers, and other multicultural students who receive the additional attention, advocacy, and support of the MOSAIC office.
We support immigrant youth as they find power in their migrant experience and use it to enrich themselves and their communities.
The mission of INSPiRE is to ignite, train, and invest in youth to become Change Agents in their schools, families and communities.
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As we continue to invite other organizations to join our efforts, we can prioritize according to your feedback. If there is a specific support request not on our website, feel free to email us with your suggestion.