Amy, a student at Wellesley College, interned with Intercambio through the month of January interviewing students and learning their stories. Meeting and speaking with Intercambio
2020 changed us in profound ways. We will feel the impact of it for years to come. Many of us are coping with grief, loss,
So many amazing things happened in 2020, all because you give. Learn more about your impact and the connections that have been made virtually through
Meet Adriana, one of more than 300 students who learned how to take English classes virtually with Intercambio this year. Thanks to your support, she is
We recently hosted a donor appreciation event featuring special messages from our students, teachers, and even Governor Polis! Check it out:
2020 has been quite a year. In these tumultuous times, Intercambio has been able to innovate and thrive – all because of our generous donors.
Intercambio was built on the foundation of a mutual learning mindset, cultivating meaningful connections across cultures, and conversations that expand perspectives for students and teachers.
The onset of COVID-19 led to tons of changes at Intercambio and beyond! We are so excited to share what Intercambio has been up to
In March 2020, with the support of the Colorado Health Foundation, the Rose Community Foundation, and the Community Foundation Boulder County, Intercambio hired one of
Moving to a new home can feel like starting over. There is isolation from not knowing anyone. There is an overwhelming feeling of not knowing
The wave of emotions that comes with expecting your first child is unlike any other. You feel joy and anxiety, excitement, and nervousness. You know
Silvia Solis, a board member, recently wrote an article for The Longmont Leader titled Cultural Brokers Support Longmont Latino Communities during COVID-19. Norma Fuentes, Intercambio’s Director of
It was the perfect match of ability and passion… Then COVID-19 hit. Tara, a former public school teacher and volunteer here at Intercambio, loved her
Intercambio stands in solidarity with the Black community against racial discrimination, violence, and injustice. The fight against racism is inextricably linked with our efforts to
“Being physically separated from my community was not an easy reality for me to accept. Seeing our volunteers, co-workers, and students was something that I