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Posted by admin on 2010/4/1 15:10:00 (2272 reads)

Member of the SHPE Ohio Southwest, Nivia Colon-Diaz is featured as one of the Latina Engineers in Government in the Spring Edition of SHPE Magazine.

Congratulations Nivia.

You can read it here

To join SHPE, visit their Website

Posted by admin on 2010/4/1 14:10:00 (2037 reads)

This year, LULAC Ohio will have 3 councils participating in our LULAC National Scholarship fund.  Please pass this application to anyone within the following cities that needs a scholarship and then send it to the following address within their city:

LULAC CINCINNATI
c/o Maria Lang
P.O. Box 982
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-780-0503

LULAC DAYTON
c/o Tony Ortiz
Wright State University
Room 303 Nutter Center
Dayton, OH 45435
937-241-2536

LULAC COLUMBUS
c/o John Ramos
PO Box 13691
Columbus, OH 43213
614-270-4437

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT IS EXTENDED TILL APRIL 15th

Posted by admin on 2010/3/30 15:20:00 (2214 reads)

A ROOF FOR CHILE GALA

Benefiting Un techo para Chile

Please join us for an inspiring evening with great music, great times, & wonderful silent auction items
  
$40 per person at entrance - cash/check only includes hors d'oeuvres, desserts, and Chilean wine. Cash bar options available

All admission and silent auction proceeds will be donated to Un techo para Chile in an effort to rebuild homes for those devastated by the earthquake that struck Chile in February

IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND THIS EVENT AND WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A DONATION PLEASE VISIT THE RSVP SECTION FOR DONATION DETAILS.

A Roof For Chile Gala

When: 04/02/2010 at 7:00 PM
Where: The Phoenix - Archway Ballroom
812 Race Street
Cincinnati, OH
United States 
45202
Contact: Alma Danielle Owen
(513) 593-1707
almadanielle@gmail.com 
www.thephx.com 

Posted by admin on 2010/3/29 15:20:00 (1723 reads)

Puerto Rican-born citizens living in the United States will now have to request a new copy of their birth certificates.

The country's Gov. Luis Fortuño signed a law making all old birth certificates processed prior to December 2009 not valid in any federal agency.

A transition period will be in effect until July 1. The new law is an effort to reduce all fraud cases reported by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the past year.

According to the governmental agency, a Puerto Rican birth certificate runs for about $5,000 to $10,000 in the black market.

Puerto Ricans born in the island receive an American Social Security number and are eligible for a United States passport from birth.      

In order to obtain an Ohio Driver License or Identification Card, applicants using a Puerto Rico birth certificate will need to provide additional documents to prove their identify.

A list of acceptable primary and secondary documents can be found at: http://bmv.ohio.gov/acceptable_id_documents.stm


Posted by admin on 2010/3/23 13:10:00 (2010 reads)

Please join LULAC Networking Meeting this Thursday, March 25 at 6 PM

 

The Guest Speaker is Brent Wilkes, LULAC Executive Director, who will talk about the upcoming 2011 LULAC National Convention hosted by Cincinnati.

Posted by admin on 2010/3/22 13:10:00 (1960 reads)

 

The University of Minnesota Twin Cities Student SHPE Chapter and the Twin Cities Professional SHPE Chapter are proud to host the SHPE Region 6 Regional Leadership Development Conference (RLDC) for 2010. The conference will be held at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Campus in Minneapolis, Minnesota April 22-25.

This conference will offer students the opportunity to learn what it takes to be real leaders, while at the same time working on group projects that will give them the experience they need to see what true Leadership entails.

The theme of this conference is 5-fold:

  • Shape the future
  • Make things happen
  • Engage today’s talent
  • Build the next generation
  • Invest in yourself 

Students will learn about each of these themes of leadership in detail by participating in workshops delivered by industry-leading speakers. The workshop topics will scratch past the surface of typical leadership descriptions into a deeper understanding on how these themes represent good leadership. The students will have the opportunity to put into action the lessons they have learned at the RLDC into a group project. Students can expect to leave the conference with an action plan of how to implement the experiences and leadership knowledge gained to their home SHPE chapters after the RLDC.

To Register: click here

Posted by admin on 2010/3/15 16:30:00 (1566 reads)

The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) Ohio South-West chapter will be co-sponsoring Ohio Mathematics Contestsponsored by the Dayton Branch of Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Wright State University, and the Asian American Council, Dayton, Ohio. The purpose of the contest is to stimulate interest in mathematics among upper elementary, middle and high school students and to recognize those who exhibit exceptional talent.

The sponsors ask teachers and parents to strongly encourage their students in grades 4 through 11 to enter this Contest.

For application, please visit: Ohio Mathematics Contest Website

In 2010 the SHPE National Convention will be hosted by Cincinnati. (see here...)

The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) is the source for quality Hispanic engineers and technical talent, committed to enhancing America's position in math, science, engineering and technology with a strong and talented Hispanic workforce. SHPE empowers its membership of students and professionals with increased educational opportunities, professional and personal growth, and involvement in education, business and government issues.

To Join SHPE, please:

Go to:  http://oneshpe.shpe.org
Click on the tab:  Join SHPE
Hit the button:  Apply Now (don't forget to select Ohio SW chapter)

Posted by admin on 2010/3/12 8:10:00 (1921 reads)

DJ Los Rumberos is having this Saturday, March 13th, a Fundraiser for RIFA (Reform Immigration For America).

Inner Peace Center
708 Walnut Street
Cincinnati, OH 

Doors will open at 9:00 pm and only $5 per person. 
Salsa dance lessons included from 9:00pm-10:00pm.

 

Posted by admin on 2010/3/11 10:20:00 (1491 reads)

CINCINNATI (March 1, 2010) –  On Monday, March 1st, the Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies launched their first ever kick-off of a partnership with the Greater Cincinnati Nutrition Council and the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon.  The AMIS Young Readers’ group, which meets weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays, will be participating in the Cincinnati Flying Pig Kids’ Marathon, or Cochinito Volador

The Kids’ Marathon allows youngsters to finish the 26.2 miles of a marathon in incremental steps, a half mile or mile at a time during the school year. The final mile of the ‘course’ will be run on the actual Marathon course on Saturday, May 1, during Flying Pig Marathon weekend. Maria Lang, Program Facilitator at AMIS, is coordinating these efforts with help from Maya Shahani, the school nurse at AMIS.  

During the school year, youngsters mark their distances on the Kids Marathon “Hog Log” which is available in the Kids Marathon section of the Flying Pig Marathon website, www.flyingpigmarathon.com. This year the “Hog Log” and Flying Pig Kids Marathon registration materials have been translated into Spanish for the first time, and AMIS will be the first school to pilo these Spanish language materials for the Kids’ Marathon. 

To learn more about AMIS’ young readers and their first time participating in the “Cochinito Volador,” contact Maria Lang (513) 366-1804.  To learn more about healthy nutrition choices and to receive The Nutrition Council's e-news go to www.nutritioncouncil.org.

Posted by admin on 2010/2/28 15:10:00 (1850 reads)

   

Two LULAC Cincinnati members have been honored by the ELLF (English Language Learning Foundation) at its Second Annual Recognition Breakfast on Feb. 25th, 2010.

Maria Lang received the "Educator of the Year" Award. She is a teacher and a program coordinator at "Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies". She is an educator and advocate for ELL population in the Greater Cincinnati area. She servers as a member of the various advocacy organizations, such as LULAC, where she is the Director of Education. The English Language Learning Foundation honors the impact of a teacher to change the lives of English language learning children he/she teaches.

Leo Calderon received the "Make a Difference" Award. He is a Director of Latino Student Affairs at Northern Kentucky University. Leo has helped major corporations, schools and non-profit organizations effectively address the needs of the growing Latino population. The English Language Learning Foundation created the "Make a Difference Award" to honor an individual who has made a significant difference in the lives of English language learning students and families.

Congratulations to the Winners!!!

Posted by admin on 2010/2/28 10:10:00 (2807 reads)

One of our Salsa friends, Claudia Velez Montenegro, lost her grandfather in a hit & run accident:

http://www.wlwt.com/news/22665269/detail.html

If you would like to help the family, please donate money to:

US Bank
(513) 458-5201
4525 Montgomery Rd,
Account #: 130115187945

There are also donation boxes in Taqueria Mercado and El Valle Verde II restaurants.

Posted by admin on 2010/2/17 8:40:00 (2024 reads)

Experience the best and most diverse music in Cincinnati

Every Thursday

EVERY THURSDAY it's a Global Fusion Party with the hottest eclectic music from around the world, the most diverse crowd in Cincinnati! The best of Reggaeton, R&B, House, and Electronica, with hottest Latin, Arabic, Brazilian, Caribbean, and Indian rhythms.

Please help us share Diversity of Cultures in Cincinnati!

Upcoming events:

Thursday, Feb. 25: Arabic Night with free Belly dancing class

Thursday, March 4Zumba Party (with Zumba fitness instructors)

Thursday, March 11Bollywood Night (music from India)

Thursday, Feb. 18Brazilian Night (Free Samba lessons)

Thursday, Feb. 25Bachata Night (Music and Dancing from Dominican Republic)

EVERY THURSDAY: The best of Reggaeton, R&B, House, and Electronica, with hottest Latin, Arabic, Brazilian, Caribbean, and Indian rhythms.

Posted by admin on 2010/2/16 13:00:00 (2002 reads)

 

As part of the 2010 Fine Arts Fund Sampler Weekend Su Casa Hispanic Center will be hosting on Sunday, Feb. 21st from 1:00-5:00 PM, "Arte Latino" - a sampler of Latino culture.

Don't Miss It!!!!

With many local Latino artists (dance, music, visual arts).

If you are a Latino/Hispanic artist, and would like perform or be part of an exhibit, please contact us.

Su Casa Hispanic Center
7036 Fairpark Avenue,
Cincinnati, OH

 

 

Time ArtistWhat
13:00Los RumberosDJ
13:15Toca MaderaNuevo Flamenco
13:30Duveneck Salsa TeamSalsa Rueda Demo
13:45Toca MaderaNuevo Flamenco
14:00Embajadores PeruanosPeruvian Dance Group
14:15Nelson LopezRumbas
14:30Josafat CeledonTheater
14:45Embajadores PeruanosPeruvian Dance Group
15:00DejavuLatin Fusion
15:15George WojtasFlamenco
15:30Latin BlockReggaeton
15:45DejavuLatin Fusion
16:00George WojtasFlamenco
16:15New BrazilBrazilian Music
16:30Maribel AndradePeruvian Folk singing
16:45New BrazilBrazilian Music

Art exhibits by:

Giannina Sciaraffia
Rebecca Navar
Joe Morales
Marlon Molina
Tony Pabon
Melissa Pena

Posted by admin on 2010/2/15 20:30:00 (1986 reads)

 


 Due to Snow - Salsa @ Mad Frog is CANCELLED Tonight

Posted by admin on 2010/2/15 13:40:00 (1723 reads)

 

Avatar is a great movie, but how many people realize that the real Avatar is happening every day in today's world? In places like Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, and many others around the world...

Read more about the real Avatar in this article (click here) ...

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New7Wonders emphasizes the importance of caring for what will be left for future generations.

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