We are pleased to present the summary reports from the 2015-2016 Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center community dialogues. Centro Latino had the honor of hosting one of the dialogue events, which ...Read more
Antonio Sanchez, Ph.D, Centro board member and Assistant Director of Government Relations at Central Washington University, has written an article explaining the true origins of the Cinco de Mayo holiday. If you have ever been curious, download the essay here (DOCX) to find out what it's all about! The article is available in both English and Spanish.Read more
On Feb. 18th, 2016, The University of Puget Sound hosted a panel discussion between members of Latinos Unidos and individuals affiliated with Centro Latino. The complete video of “Exploring the ...Read more
Last week, the Seattle Seahawks presented Dr. Antonio Sanchez of Central Washington University with the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award. Dr. Sanchez is the Assistant Director of Government Relations and ...Read more
The Latin Arts Festival and Juried Art Show is coming to People's Park on August 16!
The theme of this year's exhibition is "Life Migrations of the Americas ...Read more
Centro Latino has new volunteer positions available! For more information, please see our volunteer page.Read more
Nine Latino nonprofit organizations have come together to prepare the Washington State Latino Equity Agenda agenda that identifies the most important issues for the success of Latino children, families and ...Read more
Centro Latino is taking vendor applications for our 2014 street festival! The festival will be held August 17th. Applications are due August 1st.
More information is available in this vendor ...Read more
La invitamos a disfrutar de pan dulce y un cafésito entre amigas para platicar sobre la educación temprana de nuestros hijos.
Para más información, mira nuestro calendario o llamar a Karla Tánori, 253-572-7717.Read more
The Spring term of Centro's free English as a Second Language classes starts soon!
Classes meet on Fridays at Centro Latino. Levels 1-3 meet from 10 AM to 12 PM. Levels 4-6 meet from 12 PM to 2 PM. The term begins on April 11 and continues until June 20, 2014.
Our classes are 100% free. Please contact us to register.Read more
Centro Latino, Tacoma Art Museum, and Proyecto MoLÉ invite you to celebrate Día de los Muertos with us!
Festivities take place at Tacoma Art Museum on November 3rd from ...Read more
The 2012 Centro Latino annual report is now available.
Download it here (PDF).Read more
Centro is now accepting interested applicants (preferably bilingual) for Fall term 2013 internships or volunteering in the following areas:
- Front desk / reception
- Latino Student Support Program
- SEL curriculum specialist
- S.A. Advocate and Prevention Facilitator
If you are interested in applying for any of these openings and/ or would like further information as to the requirements, scope of work and benefits of working in these programs, please contact:
Christina Fajardo, Manager of Youth Services at 253-572-7717 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Your interest in donating your time and talents is greatly appreciated! ¡Muchas gracias!Read more
Adrian Ordoñez Tostega teaches computer literacy in Spanish to adults at Centro Latino’s computer lab. Spending the summer with his relatives in Fife, Adrian is a student at Instituto Technologico de Minatitlan in Veracruz Mexico. He chose Centro Latino to fulfill his Internship from that college.Read more
The 2011 Centro Latino Annual report is now available.
Download it here (PDF).Read more