Come visit Latino Network, September 6th, 2012 for the Standard Volunteer Expo. Latino Network, along with many other other organizations, will be at Pioneer Courthouse Square from 11:00AM-2:00PM. Stop by and learn a little more about us in person. The Standard Volunteer Expo 2012 Pioneer Courthouse Square September 6, 2012 11:00AM – 2:00PM
Leadership & Development The Diversity and Civic Leadership Academy The Latino Network’s Civic Engagement and Leadership Academy Program works with young emerging Latino English-speaking leaders and Spanish-speaking community members. We hold monthly trainings on social justice models; regional government; leadership development; social determinants of health; economic, environmental and social sustainability; civic engagement; working with public and elected officials; and community organizing. Trainers from the government, non-profit and private sector’s provide participants the opportunity to learn first-hand from their real-world leadership […]
Education & Empowerment Youth Leadership Development and Skill Building Latino Network and its partners operate various programs that support youth to build social and leadership skills. Summer Academia for gang-affected youth provides cultural and educational workshops, weekly tutoring and mentoring support, and a thriving soccer program. Juntos Aprendemos/Together We Learn Juntos Aprendemos Serves more than 100 children & 80 children each year at the following Portland Public Schools: Rigler, Harvey Scott, and Cesar Chavez Elementary. Glenfair (Reynolds School District) is […]
Latino Network provides transformative opportunities, services, and advocacy for the education, leadership and civic engagement of our youth, families and communities
The Latino Network’s Programs Focus on Six Key Areas: Civic Engagement and Leadership, Early Childhood Development, Parent Involvement Resources, Youth and Family Engagement, Unidos for Oregon and Translation Services The Academy has 45 Latino alumni working for the betterment of our community.