The New Americans Project: Plaza Volunteer Interest Form

The New Americans Project's Plaza Program offers open community space specifically tailored to meet the needs of immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers. Each Plaza program is a dedicated space for people from all over the world to connect with each other, with information and with resources.

Each Plaza program is centered around four core services: English conversation groups, citizenship study groups, general computer help, and youth engagement. We also support participants with a range of other services, and we will always refer to other organizations who may be able to serve beyond our program's abilities. Plaza programs are currently held at nine library locations throughout Denver.

Please respond to the information below so we can connect you with the Plaza program in the best way. If you're interested in volunteering on a regular basis with Plaza, you'll need to attend one of our upcoming Volunteer Orientations (upcoming sessions are listed at the end of this form).

Thank you for your interest in supporting the New Americans Project's Plaza Program at Denver Public Library.

Are you 18 years or older?

Your Interests

Which of the following best describes what you're looking for?

Volunteering with Plaza

As a potential Plaza volunteer, which area are you most interested in supporting?
Can you make a commitment to volunteer on a regular basis for a minimum of 3 months?
Are you willing to attend occasional additional training?

Current Plaza Volunteer Shift Openings

Please note the day, time, and location carefully, and indicate which shifts you are available to volunteer with.

Upcoming Volunteer Orientation Sessions

Which of the upcoming Volunteer Orientations are you able to attend? (Please select only one)

Additional Information

List name and EMAIL of a reference from another volunteer or professional experience.

List name and EMAIL of a reference from another volunteer or professional experience.

Please list name and cell phone number


It is our intention that all qualified applicants are given equal opportunity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation.