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Get the latest updates and event listings from the International Rescue Committee in Denver, CO, and learn how you can help welcome newly arrived refugees.


Employment Mentor

Employment mentors work one-on-one with a refugee to support them in pursuit of their longer-term career aspirations.


Higher Education Mentor

Higher Education mentors work one-on-one with a refugee to support them in pursuit of their educational aspirations.


This August recess, make a pledge and #StandWithRefugees

This month, when Colorado's members of Congress return home for August recess, we want them to hear from you. They must know that Coloradans continue to stand with refugees and vulnerable immigrant populations around the world.


When your work is second nature

Meet Keely Hawkins, an employment specialist at the IRC


Volunteer Coordination Assistant

This volunteer position will support the volunteer and donations team with the onboarding of new volunteers and interns and with the ongoing maintenance of volunteer and intern programs at the IRC in Denver. This role is vital in supporting the IRC's ability to serve newly-arrived refugee families and other vulnerable immigrant groups.


Denver muralists use their art to raise funds for the IRC in Denver

Pedro Barrios and Jaime Molina—also known as The Worst Crew —selected the IRC in Denver as the benefactor of the sale of their recent work of art


Meet Ndeye Ndao, the IRC's unstoppable asylee outreach project coordinator

One IRC staff member's commitment to helping asylees in Colorado connect to services


Colorado’s elected officials show their support on World Refugee Day

Colorado continues to show its commitment to refugees worldwide and right here in our state


Back to school backpack drive 2020

Help us to ensure all refugee youth have the backpacks and school supplies they need to start the new school year next month.


Meet Ida Dickson-Kingston, AmeriCorps at the IRC in Denver

Q&A with the IRC in Denver's first AmeriCorps member