Category: News

Highlighting and Supporting Denver’s Black-Owned Businesses

Highlighting and Supporting Denver’s Black-Owned Businesses   At Mi Casa Resource Center (MCRC), we believe in the potential of all people. Racism is pervasive, pernicious and is robbing African Americans of the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness that this country was founded to ensure. MCRC stands in solidarity with our sisters… Read more »

Career Pathways E-Newsletter Archives

Career Pathways at Mi Casa Resource Center (MCRC) provides support to youth and adults during their career journey. Some of the areas our team focuses on  are post-secondary readiness, job readiness, interviewing, resumes & cover letters, and industry specific career paths. To learn more about MCRC Career Pathways weekly updates, programming, and resources please click… Read more »

Business Pathways E-Newsletter Archives

Business Pathways is the host of Colorado’s Women’s Business Center at Mi Casa Resource Center (MCRC) providing support to entrepreneurs and small business owners through all stages from planning, launching, managing and growing. Our team not only focuses on the business, but also the business owner, providing wrap around services to address potential barriers. To… Read more »

New Data Show “Double Whammy” for Emerging Business and Low-wage Workers in Early Days of COVID-19

A new report provides a snapshot of the devastating early economic impacts of the pandemic on Denver’s emerging businesses and low-wage and minority workers. Findings are based on data collected by Mi Casa Resource Center (MCRC) during a comprehensive needs assessment conducted last month with 800 established small business owners, early-stage micro-businesses and low-wage workers… Read more »

Employment/Job Seeker Resources during COVID-19

COVID-19/Coronavirus Resources Our building will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 16 in order to keep participants, staff and visitors healthy and safe. During this time, Mi Casa and our partners will continue to provide support to our participants, via phone and online as best we can. We know our community is counting… Read more »

Small Business Resources during COVID-19

COVID-19/Coronavirus Resources Haga clic aquí para recursos en español Our building will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 16 in order to keep participants, staff and visitors healthy and safe. During this time, Mi Casa and our partners will continue to provide support to our participants, via phone and online as best we… Read more »

Community Resources Amidst COVID-19

COVID-19/Coronavirus Resources Haga clic aquí para recursos en español Our building will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 16 in order to keep participants, staff and visitors healthy and safe. During this time, Mi Casa and our partners will continue to provide support to our participants, via phone and online as best we… Read more »

Mi Casa Resource Center Receives $450,000 Grant from Lumina Foundation to Apply More Learning Toward Degrees and Other Credentials

For Immediate Release September 30, 2019 Contact: Michele Soli, Corporate Relations & Communications Manager (303) 539-5613 msoli@micasaresourcecenter.org Mi Casa Resource Center Receives $450,000 Grant from Lumina Foundation to Apply More Learning Toward Degrees and Other Credentials DENVER, CO – Mi Casa Resource Center has been awarded a $450K grant from Lumina Foundation to build clearer… Read more »

Una receta para el éxito: Mi Casa celebrates graduates of first cohort of mobile-food business accelerator

 DENVER, COLORADO – On May 17, 2019 Mi Casa Resource Center hosted more than 100 people at “Taste of La Receta” to celebrate the graduates of their new mobile-food business accelerator. La Receta, which means “recipe” in Spanish, was launched in 2019 to support early-stage entrepreneurs who are running food trucks, catering companies, push carts,… Read more »

Mi Casa Resource Center Helps Mitigate Involuntary Displacement

“Denver Leads the Nation in Hispanic Displacement From Gentrification” That’s the headline of an article published by Westword on March 20, 2019 that analyzes the key takeaways from “Shifting Neighborhoods,” a new report from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. Anyone who lives in Denver can tell you that gentrification is in full swing in neighborhoods… Read more »

Trump Administration’s New Policy Is an Attack on Immigrant Families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, October 16, 2018 Contact: Michele Soli, Manager of Communications (303) 539-5613 | msoli@micasaresourcecenter.org Mi Casa Resource Center Strongly Condemns Proposed “Public Charge” Rule Change Trump Administration’s New Policy Is an Attack on Immigrant Families DENVER, CO – On October 10, 2018 the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published the text of… Read more »

Keybank Awards Mi Casa Resource Center $485,000 Grant

DENVER, COLORADO — June 4, 2018— KeyBank’s Colorado market leadership today announced that it has awarded a $485,000 grant to Mi Casa Resource Center in support of the organization’s small businesses development programs. The gift marks the largest grant ever given by KeyBank in Colorado. Mi Casa Resource Center’s mission is to advance the economic… Read more »