Our Partners


We work extensively with schools and statewide organizations. Our collaborations have enabled us to connect with a broader community to create more impact.

Outreach Schools (Spanish Days): 

  • Carnage Middle (Raleigh, NC)
  • E.K. Powe Elementary (Durham, NC)
  • Enloe High (Raleigh, NC)
  • Exploris Elementary (Raleigh, NC)
  • Fuller Elementary (Raleigh, NC)
  • George Watts Elementary (Durham, NC)
  • Green Hope High (Cary, NC)
  • NC School of Science and Math (Durham, NC)
  • Panther Creek High (Cary, NC)
  • Poe Elementary (Raleigh, NC)
  • Raleigh Charter High (Raleigh, NC)
  • Wakefield High  (Raleigh, NC)
  • Washington Elementary Boys & Girls Club (Raleigh, NC)

El Centro Hispano

“El Centro Hispano (ECH) is a 501(c)(3) grassroots community based organization dedicated to strengthening the Hispanic/Latino community and improving the quality of life of Hispanic/Latino residents in Durham, Carrboro, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas. We accomplish our mission through service, education and community organizing.’

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El Pueblo

“Our mission is for Latinos to achieve positive social change by building consciousness, capacity, and community action. We envision a just and equal community where all are respected, valued, and engaged.”

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NC State University Juntos Program

“The Mission of the Juntos Program is to help students achieve high school graduation and access higher education. Juntos works to unite community partners to provide Latino 8-12th grade students and their parents with the knowledge, skills, and resources to prevent youth from dropping out and to encourage families to work together to gain access to college.”

The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals

“Since 1999, the sole mission of the North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals (Sociedad de Profesionales Hispanos) is to promote the education of Hispanic students at all scholastic levels. Through our educational programs and initiatives, we work to lower the dropout rate of Hispanic students in North Carolina and provide them with access to higher education. We believe that an investment in a Hispanic student is an investment in North Carolina.”