Join The Intercambio Network

Unlock your English language program’s potential!​

Since 2001, Intercambio has connected more than 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 we’re sharing our recipe for success with programs nationwide.

With over 100 member organizations nationwide that provide adult English language classes, the Intercambio Network helps programs improve effectiveness, access, and relationships. Members learn from one another, celebrate successes, and share challenges.

Our members include libraries, ESOL/ESL and literacy coalitions, church-based ESOL programs, immigrant and refugee organizations, community centers, and others.

Join us today!


Please read: If you, the buyer, would like access to the material, you must check the “I want to have access to these materials” box above. You will be considered one of the users. You can always add or remove yourself later in the Groups tab of your account. 

IMPORTANT: This membership auto renews annually. You can turn off the auto renewal at any time on your account page. Upon enrolling, you will receive a series of emails throughout your membership year with important information about how to access your benefits. 


Cost: $150 Annually


Cost: $250 – $750 Annually

We will collect basic program and participant evaluation information from Friend and 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. Friend and Family membership benefits are available to all teachers and administrators in your program.

Limited scholarships for Family Members are available. Complete the scholarship application HERE. Contact with questions. 

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Join these and other organizations as an Intercambio Network Member.

  • Amigos – The Richmond Latino Center
  • Bethel Church
  • B5 Learning Center
  • Cambridge Public Library Literacy Project
  • Catholic Charities of NE Kansas
  • Community Center for Immigrants
  • Community ESL Ministries
  • Cultural Linguistic Services at University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Douglas County Libraries
  • ELL for All
  • English in Action
  • Fond du Lac Literacy Services
  • Fox Valley Literacy Council
  • International Literacy Center
  • Journey House, Kenosha Literacy Council
  • La Plaza de Paulo
  • Latino Academy Wisconsin
  • Literacy Council of Sheboygan County 
  • Marinette and Oconto Counties Literacy Council
  • Mass. Migrant Education Program
  • Milwaukee Public Library
  • Neighborhood House of Milwaukee International Learning Program
  • Permian Basin Adult Literacy Center
  • Portage County Literacy Council
  • Progente Connections
  • Sauk Prairie Area Literacy Council
  • Servant Group International
  • Shawano County Literacy Council
  • South Coast Literacy Council 
  • St James Cathedral Immigrant Assistance
  • St Paul’s Episcopal Church ESL Program
  • Su Casa Ministries
  • The Jones Library, Inc
  • The Public Library of Brookline
  • Wallace Memorial Baptist Church
  • Walworth County Literacy
  • Wayland Library ESOL
  • West Chester Nazarene
  • Wisconsin Literacy

Network Events

Members of the Intercambio Network are invited to monthly events.  Information about registering for events is sent directly to Network Members. Join our Network today for exclusive access.

Live Online Webinars

Three Live Online Webinars each year cover instructional themes. In addition, the summer conference affords access to workshops geared toward administrators and instructors.

Past topics include:

  • Making Effective Corrections
  • Getting to the Conversation
  • Is Your Program Ready for Grant-Seeking?
  • Keeping Students Engaged Online

Networking Calls

Program administrators have an opportunity to work through common challenges together on online Networking Calls three times a year. 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
  • How to measure teacher success

Teacher Connection Hour

Teachers of member organizations will enjoy connecting with teachers from other organizations at these friendly monthly online “connection hours” loosely facilitated by Intercambio staff.

Intercambio (Online) Summer Conference

This online conference provides Member administrators and teachers the opportunity to learn from one another. Emphasis is placed on networking across organizations. Family Members attend for free, while Friend Members receive a discount on their registration.