Looking for our Live Online Webinars? Please consider joining the IC Network at the Family or Friend levels.
Join the Intercambio Network!
Since 2001, Intercambio has connected 5,000 volunteer teachers with 10,000 adult English learners in Boulder County through 1-on-1 and group classes. Connection and belonging are at our core and key to successful outcomes. For the past 12 years, we’ve shared our recipe for success with programs nationwide through informal consulting, training, and curriculum. We aspire to unlock the potential of English language programs to increase accessibility and make the most out of the unique connections we foster. We can achieve this through partnership – where we all learn from one another, celebrate successes, and share challenges. The Intercambio Network is the embodiment of that vision.
Members at the Friend Level are welcome to join at any time.
Family Members may join during one of our three enrollment periods:
- Spring: Submit membership documentation and payment by February 28 for enrollment on April 1
- Fall: Submit membership documentation and payment by June 30 for enrollment on August 1
- Winter: Submit membership documentation and payment by October 31 for enrollment on December 1
Current Intercambio Network Members Include: Amigos – The Richmond Latino Center, Beaverton Literacy Council, Bethel Church, Catholic Charities Pueblo, Cultural Linguistic Services at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Cullman First United Methodist Church, Douglas County Libraries, English in Action, Family Learning Center, Fond du Lac Literacy Services, International Literacy Center, Jones Library, Journey House, Kenosha Literacy Council, Literacy Chippewa Valley, Literacy Council of Sheboygan County, Literacy Fox Valley, Literacy Green County, Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, Marinette and Oconto Counties Literacy Council, Migrant Education Program, Milwaukee Public Library, Neighborhood House of Milwaukee International Learning Program, Paint Branch Community Church, Portage County Literacy Council, Progente Connections, Sauk Prairie Area Literacy Council, Servant Group International, Shawano County Literacy Council, St James Cathedral Immigrant Assistance, St Paul’s Episcopal Church ESL Program, Su Casa Ministries, The Public Library of Brookline, The River Community Church, Trinity Presbyterian Church, Wallace Memorial Baptist Church, Walworth County Literacy, West Chester Nazarene, West Warwick Public Library, Wisconsin Literacy
Join these organizations as part of the Intercambio Network at whatever level is right for you. See below for more information.
Neighbors purchase our print materials and program kits, receive unlimited access to our library of “How To” videos, and can access quarterly Live Online Webinars for a small fee. There is no registration process for Neighbor membership.
Friends receive all the benefits above, with free access to three Live Online Webinars a year and a library of past Live Online webinars, customizable program forms and tools, and one free hour of program coaching, or one individually scheduled Live Online Webinar for your organization annually. Friends will also receive an invitation to our annual summer conference. Membership at the Friend level is $150 annually.
Family members receive all the above benefits, plus access to our comprehensive online teacher training, an additional 2 hours of coaching and/or private Live Online Webinars (for a total of 3), an invitation to our annual online conference to attend for FREE, and networking opportunities (which include quarterly “coffee hours,” and quarterly “Networking Calls”). *In addition to the annual fee based on program budget, we will collect basic program and participant evaluation data from Family Members annually to be able to share our collective success, and identify areas of need across the network. This will help position all of us to adapt to changing environments and seek funding.
- $250 – Organizational budgets under $100K
- $500 – Organizational budgets $100-500K
- $750 – Organizational budgets over $500K
Limited scholarships are available for discounted membership. For more information about scholarships, please view the application here.
Data about your program will collected through a pre- and post- survey (upon joining as a Family Partner, and annually thereafter) and will include questions related to program participation, retention and outcomes. The Annual Impact Report will summarize collective data and be shared with Family Partners. We see this as a valuable took that your program will be able to use as a tool for evaluation and fundraising.
Interested in joining?
Members of the Intercambio Network are invited to monthly events, depending on membership level. Information about registering for events is sent directly to Network Members. Join our Network today for exclusive access.
Live Online Webinars are available to members at the Family and Friend Levels and cover instructional and administrative themes. New topics are offered quarterly. Three Live Online Webinars annually focus on instruction. One focuses on themes relevant to program staff.
Past topics include:
- Making Effective Corrections
- Getting to the Conversation
- Is Your Program Ready for Grant-Seeking?
- Keeping Students Engaged Online
Program administrators at the Family Level will have an opportunity to work through common challenges together on quarterly online Networking Calls. Themes are based on needs collected from the annual member survey.
Past themes include:
- Getting started with online learning
- Steps to consider when planning in-person class post-Pandemic
- What organizations are doing to address broader conversations about equity
Teachers whose organizations have joined at the Family Level will enjoy connecting with teachers from other organizations at these friendly online “Coffee Hours” loosely facilitated by Intercambio staff.