Immigrant Pathways Colorado has four program areas.
The first program area provides support to other programs in the Metro area that support immigrants and refugees, such as the Littleton Immigrant Resources Center at Bemis Public Library, and Centro San Juan Diego’s Hispanic Institute for Family and Pastoral Care.
One Immigrant at a Time:
The second program area is Immigrant Pathway Colorado’s One-Immigrant-at-a-Time (OIAT) Program. The program provides small self-development grants to documented, low-income immigrants and refugees from across the Metro area. Since its founding in 2009, Immigrant Pathways Colorado has provided more than 60 small grants to immigrants from Bolivia, El Salvador, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Peru, Philippines, Vietnam and Venezuela. The grants have been for citizenship, “green card” application, learning English, professional certification, GED preparation, DACA, tools for work, and travel to medical internship interviews.
The OIAT has an application form that must be filled out and submitted by a qualified helping professional. Click here to view the Application for Funds.
International Conversation Circle:
The third program of Immigrant Pathways Colorado is a Conversation Circle, held regularly at Bemis Public Library in Littleton. The program encourages immigrants and refugees to learn about American culture, exchange experiences, learn about resources, socialize and practice their English with community members and each other in an informal setting. Circles are held on the main floor of the Bemis Public Library, 6014 S. Datura St., Littleton, CO 80120, every first and third Thursday of each month, from 12:30 to 2 p.m.
For more information, email Mika Farer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 303-522-7721.
Contact us for more information about any of these programs.
“I want to thank you so much for the help you gave me. Thank you for helping me realise a dream that is so important to me and my life. This was a grand step in my being able to become a US citizen. I am going to feel much more sure and safe once I am a citizen. My next step after this is to continue studying the English language so that I may help my kids with their homework, so that I may better feel like a part of society, and so that I may feel surer of myself. Thank you again for the opportunity, God will repay you.” ~ Diana from Mexico
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