Club HIA's goal is to offer a space to share and learn about Latin American culture. Come meet other interested people, practice your Spanish, Portuguese and Quechua, play soccer, dance, and get informed about Latin American issues and campus events.
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CALESS was founded on these objectives:
- Provide support to the members through social gatherings
- Establish scholarships for members who strive to further the objectives of CALESS
- Help members obtain summer and permanent employment
- Provide study sessions for our members
- Tutor high school students for the benefits of advancing Chicanos and Latinos to higher education
- Recruit potential Hispanic High School Students into the fields of Engineering and Sciences
- Interact with other school chapters to achieve unity and retention of Chicano and Latino in Engineering and Science at Davies and other chapters.
Clinica Tepati has been a non-profit, student-run clinic that provides free primary health care services to the uninsured population of Sacramento and the surrounding area. The clinic was founded by a highly motivated group of Chicano/Latino students to address the need for culturally sensitive care for the undeserved population of Sacramento.
Club International is a student and community organization in Davis, California with the purpose of promoting intercultural fun and understanding through a wide variety of social settings. We meet weekly on Friday nights at 7:30pm in downtown Davis. All interested students and non-students are welcome to attend.
Danzantes del Alma is the highly acclaimed folklórico dance troupe that has served UC Davis and northern California since 1977. Presenting a diverse repertoire from the many regions of Mexico, these volunteer student dancers from all academic majors share a common desire to celebrate Mexican and Latino culture through dance.
Hermanos Macehual is a community service based
organization that provides academic and social support to students
attending UC Davis.
LRPLSA is a collective network of progressive undergraduates who seek to protect and advance the civil rights of individuals who are underrepresented while undergraduates at the University, and their respective communities.
Law Brigades volunteers work with Panamanian lawyers to provide pro-bono legal consulting to rural communities. Volunteers offer services through a free legal clinic, where volunteers shadow and assist lawyers as they provide legal consulting to community members. Volunteers also work to incorporate unregistered communities to empower them with rights and government benefits that they would not have received otherwise.
The Salvadoran University Student Union (USEU) is a transnational student organization dedicated to the transformation of Salvadorian society both in El Salvador and abroad. USEU was founded in El Salvador and is part of a statewide coalition of sister chapters. The purpose of the organization is to empower the Salvadoran community through: 1) Developing an interest towards higher education amongst the Salvadoran community. 2) Develop awareness about cultural. Political and economic issues that directly affect the Salvadoran community. 3) Preserve the historical and cultural identity of El Salvador. 4) Mobilize the Salvadoran student population to take action.
Yik’al Kuym is in its 10th year of serving the Raza community by increasing Chicana/o Latina/o admission and graduation rates. Using its two main components, recruitment and retention, Yik’al Kuyum aims not only to increase the number of Raza students in higher education but also to provide a culturally sensitive and academic support in order to facilitate expedient graduation dates.