Club Latinitas

Club Latinitas meets during after school programming times (3:00 pm – 6:00 pm) on a weekly basis at select campuses for the fall and spring semesters. Club Latinitas is open to girls of all backgrounds, 3rd-8th grade. Follow us on social media to get updated about upcoming events and view the work of the girls in Club Latinitas.

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WHERE IS CLUB LATINITAS?

Fall 2019 Campuses:
Allison Elementary
Austin Achieve Academy
Barrington Elementary
Blazier Elementary
Govalle Elementary
Guerrero Thompson Elementary
Harris Elementary
Hart Elementary
Kealing Middle School
Linder Elementary
Oak Springs Elementary
Pleasant Hill Elementary
Perez Elementary
Walnut Creek Elementary
Widen Elementary

HOW CAN I REGISTER MY CHICA TO ATTEND?

PHONE – Call Latinitas HQ and inquire with a Latinitas program staff member.

ONLINE – Access the AISD YSM portal and select the school your chica attends.
Search “Club Latinitas” for more information and to submit a registration inquiry.

IN PERSON – Inquire at your chica’s campus on how to register.

HOW CAN I GET CLUB LATINITAS AT MY SCHOOL?

Please send program partnership inquiries to Program Director, Sylvia Butanda, at sylvia@latinitasmagazine.org.

For more information on how to become an official Club Latinitas Campus, please review: Club Latinitas After School Program Information Kit


Club Latinitas is an after-school girl empowerment program where chicas of all backgrounds learn to build confidence while expressing themselves creatively through media, technology, art, and culture. In this program, students are mentored and guided by trained program leaders teaching blogging, photography, video and audio production, web and graphic design, podcasting, but also game and app design, coding, robotics and virtual and augmented reality.

Having the mentors we do has made Latinitas the only bicultural and bilingual tech education agency in Texas for over 16 years and one of a handful nationally. As a result, girls are empowered to develop their own voice in the world of media and within the technology industry.