The African Community Center (ACC) offers multiple training sessions for refugees, providing a safe and welcoming environment to build on strengths and skills for job readiness, develop additional social support systems, and explore cultural differences. Training sessions begin on a more introductory level through Community Orientation, providing critical information for newcomers, including rights and responsibilities, the U.S. healthcare and education systems, and transportation. After this orientation, participants have several choices of job readiness training through Supplemental Employment Services, including: Job Club, a daily workshop where participants gain hands-on job search support; Ready for Retail, a customer service and cashiering-focused training for young adults; We Made This, a women's sewing and employment training program; and Commercial Food Safety and Service Training (CFaSST), a food service program held in coordination with the University of Denver School of Hospitality.

Community Orientation (CO)    

Ready for American Hospitality (RAH)

Supplemental Employment Services (SES)      

ACC’s We Made This (WMT)