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The Adult Education program is always seeking classroom assistants and tutors in our ESL and citizenship classes.


Classroom assistants

  • are available during one of the scheduled ESL and citizenship class times for a 13 week trimester or more

  • facilitate learning with small groups of learners

  • assist teachers with other needed classroom tasks

  • do not plan lessons or teach the entire class, but offer valuable support

  • must pass a background check


  • offer one or more hour-long sessions to students one-on-one on Zoom each week

  • do prepare materials for each session and student

  • do not have to have prior teaching experience, but must be adaptable, patient, and willing to learn

  • must pass a background check

  • must offer at least one one-hour session each week for the 13 week trimester

Citizenship Volunteers

  • must undergo an additional training due to the sensitive nature of the citizenship application

  • might assist during one of our citizenship classes (contact Heather Morgan for most recent scheduling)

  • can offer to tutor students, helping them practice for their interviews

  • can assist during one of our quarterly citizenship application workshops

  • must pass a background check

Computer Class Volunteers

  • assist in our once weekly in-person computer classes

  • possess an interest and willingness to patiently assist in teaching adult students basic computer literacy (i.e., document creation, typing, basic internet navigation)

  • must pass a background check


ESL Class times are Monday-Thursday at the following times:

  • 9-11:30am (In-person/Zoom)

  • 12-2:30pm (In-person/Zoom)

  • 6-8:30pm (ONLY Zoom)


Online classes are offered on Zoom and all volunteers must either know how to use basic Zoom features to assist, or are invited to receive training on how to do this. Basic features include Annotation (writing on the screen, highlighting), using Chat, and sharing screens.


If interested, please contact Heather Morgan at to begin the application process!

Lending a Helping Hand

The Outreach/Marketing Intern is responsible for outreach, marketing, and public awareness efforts for the Human Trafficking Program within the Victim Assistance Department at APDC. The Intern will develop marketing and public awareness materials and assist in public awareness strategies. This position will also maintain the Victim Assistance Department’s website and social media strategies. In addition, the Outreach/Marketing Intern will assist in coordinating and facilitating community outreach efforts as well as networking with system professionals and service provider agencies. 


Asian Pacific Development Center has elder wellness groups around the metro Denver area that support health education, fun activities and socialization. We need a bilingual Cantonese volunteer the 1 st and 3rd Friday from 9:30 to 11:30am in SW Denver. Duties will include having fun, being supportive and assisting our group leader with activities and health lessons as needed.

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