History

The original Littleton Immigrant Integration Initiative was founded in 2003 to encourage the integration of newcomers from around the world into the Littleton community and to develop an understanding of immigrant cultures by the longer-term residents of our community.

From 2004-2009, a One-Stop Information Center, supported by a grant from the Colorado Trust, was housed in the City of Littleton’s Bemis Public Library. In 2009, when the grant funding ended, the Center became a program of the library and provided English classes, English and citizenship mentoring, and assistance with applications for citizenship until it was closed in 2021.  

Josefa – Mexico – Citizenship

The Littleton Immigrant Integration Initiative (LI3) was formed as a non-profit 501(c)3 organization in 2009 to continue efforts to develop support for the Metro area’s immigrants and refugees. In 2015, LI3 changed its name to Immigrant Pathways Colorado.

“I spent more than 30 years living in the United States.  I feel part of this country, all of my daughters are U.S. Citizens.  I want to start with English classes so I can help my family and give back to this beautiful country.  I plan to volunteer where I can use my native language.” ~ Josefa from Mexico

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Helen K. Amter, In Memorium