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Teaching from an Immigrant Perspective

Originally from Quito, Ecuador, Micaela “Mica” Armijos recently joined the Intercambio team as the Volunteer Manager for the group classes in the Boulder County Program.

Stability in the Midst of Change

I have been at Intercambio since 2010 and never thought I’d be challenged to be the bridge amid leadership changes. We are in such a

Intercambio Resources in Dari and Pashto

A staggering 80,000 Afghan refugees will be resettled in the U.S. between 2021-2022.   This is a huge shift in refugee demographics as prior to 2021, only

2021 Gratitude Report

After all that 2020 brought us, 2021 was a year of innovation at Intercambio. None of this would have been possible without you, our generous

Preparing for the Future

In 2021, Intercambio’s board identified the need for an endowment fund as a step to ensure the financial future of Intercambio, and they established the

Celebrating Cultural Brokers

In her first term with Intercambio nine years ago, Iris Prieto Media met staff member Norma Fuentes Gallo, who helped set her on the path

Boulder County Programs Thrive

As we work to bring English learners and community volunteers together in online language classes and gatherings, Intercambio’s local program is focused on three main

Let’s Talk about Race

Open conversations about the history of race, equity, and our current reality are necessary and healing, but are rarely accessible to English learners. Intercambio is

CC English: The Road to Launch

While 2020 was a year of upheaval, your continued support meant Intercambio could thrive – and come up with an entirely new way to build

Big Changes Ahead for Intercambio

This is a blog post from Intercambio’s Executive Director, Lee Shainis. There are exciting changes happening and I want you to hear them from me. I made