Latinitas offers community workshops and presentations focused on helping community groups build confidence through creative multimedia expression. Outreach workshops are collaborative programs held in partnership with local organizations and city services to offer girls and their families the opportunity to participate in fun and engaging media & technology enrichment designed to develop skills and spark interest.

Community Media and Technology Workshops 

2019 Tech Familia Workshops at Ruiz Library – Austin, TX

Sign up at Ruiz Public Library at (512) 974-7500

Tech Familia is a series of FREE Saturday workshops for the whole familia!  The mission of this program is for families and children to engage in technology based activities and create a storytelling project using high tech tools and platforms. 

Virtual Reality| January 5 | 11 am to 1 pm

Virtual Reality| January 25 | 11 am to 1 pm 

Sphero Robots| February 2nd | 11 am to 1 pm 

Dash Robots| February 23rd | 11 am to 1 pm 

Drones 101| March 2nd | 11 am to 1 pm 

AI 101 | March 22nd | 11 am to 1 pm 

Use a 3D Printer| April 6th | 11 am to 1 pm 

Use a 3D Printer| April 27th | 11 am to 1 pm 

Eco Chica Workshops – El Paso, TX

Eco Chica is a program by Latinitas El Paso supported by Texas Parks and Wildlife. The mission of this program is to blend the use of technology with nature and promote outdoor activities among our participants.

All of our workshops are FREE and take place at the Tom Mays Unit Trail.
Leave No Trace| October 13: Learn the 7 principles of leaving no trace and how to respectfully enjoy the outdoors, protect and sustain our wild space. 

Desert Adaptation| January 19: Learn why plants and animals are build the way they are to adapt to the hard conditions of the desert.

Art in the Park| April 13: Learn how to do landscape photography using elements such as wildlife weather, shadows, and lighting!

The Desert Comes Alive at Night| May 25: We close the program with a night hike. Join a park ranger as we explore the vibrant nightlife of the Franklin Mountains State Park.