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We believe the gap in education is not an achievement issue, but an opportunity issue.


All of our programs are a response to differences in opportunity. Each program is designed to foster a love of learning and remove barriers to learning.

Arts & Crafts

"Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world."

-Nelson Mandela


Alumnos | Scholars

A foundation of joy, wonder, and curiosity is what we foster at Alumnos. Students from Kindergarten through 8th grade attend Alumnos twice a week.


On Mondays, kids can be found with a book from our library, listening to a read aloud, practicing sight words, and completing a craft from our weekly book! While Wednesdays are full of STEM activities to foster a new love for all things science.


LIDERES | Leaders

Learning doesn't just happen for the littles at The Park Place. We know that relationships and experiences can be the biggest teachers for our high schoolers.


In our Lideres program, students develop leadership through service, attend weekly gatherings to have academic and social support, and attend an annual service trip abroad. 

"...every minute a chance to change the world."

-Dolores Huerta


Comunidad | Community

Community brings healing. We embrace moments of togetherness by providing events to gather.


Whether it's a barbecue in the summer, our Back2School Bash, our holiday party, or just a program get-together, we hold space for the importance of connection.

We hope you join us one day soon!

Image by Donny Jiang

Raíces | Roots

Strong roots build healthy trees. Having a sustainable housing builds secure families. Security and safety allow us to thrive.


Due to a multitude of reasons, affordable housing has become increasingly difficult for our families. Our Roots program allows young adults and families to thrive in organizationally subsidized homes.


Image by Jhon David

APoyo | Support

Apoyo is a program for our parents. It is a coalition that meets to inform our organization and community needs. 

Quarterly meetings are scheduled for our parents to learn about issues that are affecting their kids today. Whether it's mental health, technology, or school advocacy - our parents have a safe space to ask questions and get answers.


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