|Adult Education (Alton Street) - Asian Pacific Development Center||Provides morning, afternoon and evening classes for adult immigrants and refugees. Classes are approximately two hours long, held 3 - 4 times a week, on the following topics:
- ESL: providing a sequence for gaining the English language and literacy skills needed for life, work, and civic engagement.
- Adult Basic Education (ABE)/Adult Secondary Education (ASE): prepares students for high school equivalency exams such as the GED.
- Citizenship (no cost): prepares individuals for naturalization, and includes periodic citizenship application workshops.
- Computer: practices typing, creating documents, reading and sending e-mails, and using the internet.
- Career Pathways: focuses on developing a career plan, gaining the English needed for a particular career track, and obtaining or improving employment.
- Vocational Training at Providers' Resource Clearinghouse: offers individualized job training and case management that leads to employment for students with disabilities.
||Adams County||Alton Street - Asian Pacific Development Center||Asian Pacific Development Center|
|Adult Education - Centro San Juan Diego||Provides the following adult education classes in Spanish:
- Adult Literacy
- English as a Second Language
- Basic and Intermediate Computer classes
- GED Preparation
- US Citizenship (also available in English)
- Bachillerato (Mexican High School)
- Financial Education
- Tax Preparer Certification||Denver County||Centro San Juan Diego||Centro San Juan Diego|
|Adult Education Classes - Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning||Provides classes focused on community English Language Acquisition (ELA) in partnership with Mi Casa Resource Center, as well as workplace ELA, Adult Basic and Secondary Education, GED preparation, citizenship, and customized workplace classes for the hospitality industry. Spring Institute offers classes at different levels to fit each client's proficiency level. Curriculum and class times vary depending on location, and there are nine locations throughout Metro Denver.||Denver County||Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning||Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning|
|Center for Adult Learning (Fort Collins) - Front Range Community College (Larimer County)||Offers classes in the following subjects
- Math improvement
- GED preparation
- English as a Second Language
- Citizenship to adults age 17 and over||Larimer County||Fort Collins - Front Range Community College (Larimer County)||Front Range Community College (Larimer County)|
|Community Classes - Center for Family Opportunity (CFO)||Provides the following classes and services to individuals ages 16 and older:
- English as a Second Language (ESL)
- GED (English and Spanish available)
- Financial Empowerment
- Workforce Development
- Citizenship Classes
- Early Childhood Education
- Parent to Paraprofessional Program
- Play and Learn Program
- Mental Health Case Management
Free child care is available during all classes. Schedule varies depending on the semester.||Denver County||Center for Family Opportunity (CFO)||Center for Family Opportunity (CFO)|
|Counseling and Advising Center - Northeastern Junior College||Offers a variety of services for students pursuing further study.||Logan County||Northeastern Junior College||Northeastern Junior College|
|Immigrant Resources Center (South Datura Street) - City of Littleton||Assists immigrants with connections to community services, learning English through one-on-one sessions and group classes, applying for U.S. citizenship, citizenship preparation classes and learning about U.S. civics and history to prepare for the naturalization exam.
Licensed attorneys and Board of Immigration Appeals (B.I.A.) staff are qualified to help fill out applications and also represent immigrants at the naturalization interview.||Arapahoe County||South Datura Street - City of Littleton||City of Littleton |
|Immigration Services - Colorado African Organization||Provides the following services at little to no cost:
- ESL classes
- Citizenship classes
- Immigration legal services
As well as, community navigation in the following ten content areas:
- Dependent care
- Personal and public safety
- Civic and community integration
- Youth education
- Employment||Denver County||Colorado African Organization||Colorado African Organization|
|Library Services - Gunnison County Libraries||The Gunnison, Crested Butte & Somerset Libraries are available for residents of Gunnison County.
Library services may include:
- Audio Books
- Immigration Resources
- Kids Resources
- Teen Resources
- Community Resources
- Summer Reading Program
- Telescope Loan Program
- ESL classes September through May
- Adult Basic Education and GED preparation offered on an as needed basis
- Citizenship classes as needed
- Pronunciation workshops
- Family Literacy classes
Morning and evening classes are available. Class locations and times vary, call or go online for class schedule information.
Classes are free for children ages 0-13 years through the Family Literacy class.
307 N. Wisconsin
Gunnison, CO 81230
Call for library hours of operations
Crested Butte Library
504 Maroon Avenue
Crested Butte, CO 81224
Call for library hours of operations
3764 Colorado 133
Somerset, CO 81434
Call for librayr hours of operations
||Gunnison County||Gunnison County Libraries||Gunnison County Libraries|
|Online Naturalization Tools - CitizenshipWorks||1) An interactive online interview to help individuals to understand their eligibility and apply for naturalization;
2) A self-paced interactive tutorial that explains the naturalization process step-by-step;
3) An online tutorial to help applicants prepare for the naturalization tests; and
4) Links to other resources and information about citizenship and naturalization available online.
||Out of State||CitizenshipWorks||CitizenshipWorks|
|Punto De Vista (Education/Outreach Language Project) - San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center||This project provides English as a Second Language (ESL) classes to adult immigrants in the San Luis Valley. The focus of this project is to serve as many adult ESL students as possible by coordinating times and places in order to eliminate the barriers of work, transportation, and other challenges. Depending on available funding, we also offer citizenship classes as often as possible. Through ESL and citizenship education, immigrants are empowered to become active participants in their community. The Punto de Vista program also provides tutoring services to approximately 20 school age children four days per week at the Alamosa Migrant Housing complex Tierra Nueva, where they are assisted in completing their schoolwork during the school year.
Call or email for more information.||Alamosa County||San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center||San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center|
|Services / The Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado||Formerly Right to Read of Weld County & the Global Refugee Center, the Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado provides educational and community navigation services to newcomers and others in Northern Colorado.||Weld County||The Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado||The Immigrant and Refugee Center of Northern Colorado |
|The Africa Center||The Africa Center: for sustainable ecosystems & societies under global change
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
Under the School of Global Environmental Sustainability
||Weld County||The Africa Center||The Africa Center|