|BUENO HEP (GED) Program||The University of Colorado at Boulder, School of Education (BUENO programs) and Aims Community College (Continuing Education) in Fort Lupton are in collaboration of a federally funded grant program known as HEP (high school equivalency program). In 2008, the School of Education and the BUENO Center for Multicultural Education was granted five years of funding to develop and implement the BUENO High School Equivalency Program (BUENO HEP) for migrant and seasonal farm workers who work and reside in the Arkansas Valley, the San Luis Valley or in the Platte River Valley.
The BUENO-HEP site at Aims Community College is currently a program that provides: GED official tests, practice tests, GED classes (taught bilingually in English and Spanish), tutoring, and other services. These services are free if you qualify for the program.
||Weld County||Aims Community College||Aims Community College|
|Child and Migrant Services, Inc.||Serving Mesa County agriculture by serving migrant and settled farm workers with compassion and respect.
1) Basic needs: Hot meals (June-Sept), grocery distribution, job placement, referrals...etc.
2) Social and educational activities: English instruction, computer activities, regular social functions and educational workshops.
3) Emergency Assistance: provide translation, emotional and financial support.
4) Farm Worker Housing Project: build affordable, safe and decent housing for farm workers.
Other on site service providers are Rocky Mountain SER Head Start, Mental Health Program, and Community Thrift Shop.
||Mesa County||Child and Migrant Services, Inc.||Child & Migrant Services, Inc.|
|Educational Services - Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)||Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services is an educational cooperative, authorized under Colorado statutes, which provides shared services and programs that can be operated more efficiently or more economically by a regional cooperative approach.
Among the services BOCES provides are:
- Assistive Technology
- SWAP Program (School to Work Alliance Program)
- Developmental Screening
- Preschool programs
- Child Find
- Online Media Educational Library
- Alternative Teacher Licensure Program
- Administers Federal, State and Privately funded Grants.
- Assists Migrant Education program with different activities and services.||Routt County||Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)||Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)|
|Hispanic Affairs Project of Western Colorado||Hispanic Affairs Project provides a variety of services for immigrants.
Services can include:
- Community Organizing - committees working with local and statewide campaigns that address issues impacting minority groups.
- Immigrant Legal Assistance - help with immigration forms including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), family-based petitions and citizenship.
- Immigrant Advocacy - coordinates with organizations to provide opportunities for a safe and inclusive community for all.
- Community Resource Center - providing information and referrals to healthcare, education, immigration, labor, social services and victim's protection
- Migrant Outreach - provides information about labor rights to migrants in the agricultural/range industries
- Combating Human Trafficking - promotes education about human trafficking and provides assistance to victims in Western Colorado||Montrose County||Hispanic Affairs Project of Western Colorado||Hispanic Affairs Project of Western Colorado|
|Migrant Education Program - Centennial BOCES||The Migrant Education Program (MEP) is funded through Title I, Part C of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 and awarded through the Office of Language, Culture, and Equity in the Colorado Department of Education.
The Migrant Education Program provides supplemental and support services to eligible students. The primary purpose of the MEP is to ensure that all migrant students reach challenging academic standards and graduate with a high school diploma (or complete a GED) that prepares them for responsible citizenship, further learning, and productive employment. The MEP ensures that children of migratory farm workers have access to the same free, appropriate public school education that is provided to other children. It seeks to remove barriers to school enrollment, attendance, and achievement of migrant children
||Weld County||Centennial BOCES||Centennial BOCES|
|Migrant Education - SLV Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)||Provides supplemental education and support services to eligible migrant children nationwide to help them overcome the educational disruptions and disadvantages they face.||Alamosa County||Education - SLV Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES)||SLV Board of Cooperative Services (SLV BOCES)|
|Migrant Services - Migrant Education Program||Offered through the Aurora Public School District, program provides a range of services to support the educational goals of migrant families, such as:
- Full tuition for regular and summer school
- Full tuition for ESL and GED classes for out of school youth
- School supplies
- Assistance with tuition for Adult Education (ESL and GED classes)
- Assistance with medical physicals for preschool, and high school sports||Arapahoe County||Migrant Education Program||Migrant Education Program|
|Special Education - Moffat County School District||Special Education is a program of Moffat County School District. This office also refers students eligible for ELL (English Language Learners) or Migrant Programs.||Moffat County||Moffat County School District||Moffat County School District |