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Latino / Hispanic Service Organizations
Centro San Juan Diego
An archdiocesan resource center providing education, family life assistance, and other vital services to the Hispanic community.
A bilingual site for families and educators of English language learners.
Hispanic Contractors of Colorado
HCC is a nonprofit association committed to creating a positive environment for Hispanic construction firms. By providing an effective agency through which member firms can express their collective voice, the HCC is facilitating a better understanding of their capabilities as contractors.
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver supports the development and growth of member businesses through initiatives that encourage and promote business and economic development. In addition, the Hispanic Chamber is a strong advocate of legislation affecting small businesses. The Hispanic Chamber also provides access to valuable information, business leaders, procurement opportunities, and education training. Not only does the Hispanic Chamber give small businesses viability in the business community, it gives them a voice, unity and strength.
The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver, established in 1978, is Denver’s first minority chamber of commerce as well as the largest
The Latino Chamber
The main voice for Latino businesses and for issues affecting Latino business in Boulder County. We provide business development services, networking opportunities and advocacy for Boulder County businesses.
MiCasa Entrepreneurial Training
Offers an array of entrepreneurial training programs to help aspiring entrepreneurs, emerging businesses and more advanced entrepreneurs access the information and training they need to be successful.
MiCasa Women's Business Center
Offers entrepreneurial training, individual business counseling, technology training and networking opportunities to help aspiring entrepreneurs and emerging businesses achieve their goals. Mi Casa offers business development programs in English and Spanish.
Society of Hispanic Human Resource Professionals
This organization fosters leadership and professional development in Colorado’s diverse workforce by providing opportunities for those who believe in diversity, inclusion, and social justice.
CLLARO Directory of Colorado Latino Organizations
The CLLARO Directory of Colorado Latino Organizations includes voluntary associations, grassroots community-based organizations, incorporated organizations of all types and sizes, and government agencies serving Latinos in Colorado.
Colorado Hispanic Institute - Denver
Provides multicultural transformational leadership programs, one- and two-day diversity/cultural competency seminars, team building, train-the-trainer, and other customized workshops.
Colorado Latino Forum - Denver
CLF offers connectivity between Latino individuals and organizations across the state to increase the political, social, educational and economic strength of Latinas & Latinos.
Colorado Latino Leadership Advocacy and Research Organization (CLLARO)
Community-based nonprofit association created to improve the status of Colorado's Latino community through public policy research, technical assistance and clearinghouse services, and advocacy.
El Centro Amistad
Boulder County based AMISTAD (Alianza Multicultural de Inmigrantes Sirviendo a Todos con Ayuda para los Derechos) is a grassroots organization committed to structural, social and political change for the benefit of immigrants; dedicated to the development of leaders within the immigrant community; and committed to bringing the voice of immigrants into the public discourse.
Hispanic Serving Institutions - Colorado
Represents more than 400 colleges and universities committed to Hispanic higher education success in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Latin America, and Spain. From the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.
Latino Task Force of Boulder County
The Latino Task Force facilitates appropriate initiatives and opportunities that enrich the economic, educational, political, and cultural lives of the Boulder County Latino community.
Latino Research and Policy Center, University of Colorado Denver
The mission of the LRPC is to increase collaborative partnerships with community-based organizations, higher education researchers, and state/city elected officials to work toward eliminating health and education disparities affecting Latino communities in Colorado and the nation.
The Association of Hispanic MBAs and Business Professionals - Denver Chapter
Fosters Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development in order to improve society, particularly by helping prepare Hispanics for leadership positions throughout the U.S.
REFORMA - Colorado Chapter
Mission is to improve the full spectrum of information services for Latinos, Hispanics, and Spanish-speaking persons in the United States.
Auraria Campus Organizations
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan
Consists of students who have dedicated their lives and skills to the advancement of the principles of human rights and to the needs of the Chicano community. UMAS-MEChA is able to unite in one common purpose: a demand for respect for human dignity and true equality and justice for all members of this society.
Latino Professional Network
Creates career, educational and social opportunities for Latino professionals.
Latinx Student Alliance
Unite the large community of students who identify as Latinx, Chicanx, Hispanic, and Indigenous Central and Southern Americans on Auraria Campus. We strive to build and provide an inclusive and supportive environment for our students, and it is their goal to foster educational, social, and political engagement within the CU community through connection to cultural roots.