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The Latino Dream Team – Dayton, Ohio.

Mission Statement

The organization’s mission is to empower Latinos to be catalysts for successfully leading sustainable change in the integrated and diverse greater Dayton region, while preserving their culture and assisting with assimilation into the fabric of the community.

Featured Programs and Services in the community

The Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Project (BCCP)

Mammograms and Pap Testing for Uninsured and Underinsured Women.

BCCP was created to offer free mammograms, Pap tests and other services to uninsured women in the Southwest Ohio area. It is funded by the Ohio Department of Health through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the State of Ohio. PCH offers the BCCP in the following counties: Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene, Logan, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, Shelby.

Current Announcements

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2016 Minority Health Month (MHM) Events

Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County – All Events are Free and Open to the Public! See our post for more information.

The 2016 Ohio Latino Education Summit

The 2016 Ohio Latino Education Summit is an event that brings together educators, administrators, non-profit leaders, parents, students and policymakers to discuss prevailing issues regarding the education of Ohio’s Hispanic students. The conference features workshops where selected participants share “best practices” with each other and with attendees, as well as additional programming focused on educational issues for Ohio Latinos.

United States Hispanic Leadership Institute – USHLI

The USHLI Conference has become the premier Hispanic leadership conference in the nation, attracting a complete cross section of our leadership community and involving all ancestry groups. Over 6,500 present and future leaders representing 40 states will attend various events throughout the four days. A survey of participants in 2015 found that 72% were 18-34 years of age, 60% were women, and 82% were attending or had already completed college. Most conference participants are or will become the most influential Hispanic leaders of their generation and will help govern our cities, schools, states and, indeed, a nation that will become 25% Hispanic during their lifetime.

Apply for the LULAC National Educational Service Centers, click here for more information.
Ohio Latino Affairs Commission to recognize Distinguished Hispanic Ohioans in partnership with the Latino Empowerment Outreach Network [LEON]
The Ripple Effect of Dr. Tony Ortiz – Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine

 

The Latino Dream Team

Mission Statement

The organization’s mission is to empower Latinos to be catalysts for successfully leading sustainable change in the integrated and diverse greater Dayton region, while preserving their culture and assisting with assimilation into the fabric of the community.

The Latino Dream is composed of several organizations, business leaders around the Dayton, Ohio area. In addition, the full support through the Wright State University further strengthen the organization’s major goals.
Education Committee
To raise the level of educational attainment in the Latino community.
Housing & Banking
To promote and facilitate the engagement of Latinos in the Dayton area in home ownership and appropriate financing.
Entertainment and Restaurants
To preserve our culture while broadening our understanding and appreciation for other cultures.
Employment
To facilitate and support business development in the region leading to gainful employment and successful career development for members of the Latino community.
Health
To provide the Latino community and health care providers the information to enhance the quality of health care.
Technology
To promote and facilitate the engagement of Latinos in the Dayton area to focus in careers geared towards the development of new.
Business
To facilitate and support business development in the region leading to gainful employment and successful career development for members of the Latino community.
Visit LatinoColumbus.org for resources around the Columbus, Ohio Hispanic community.
LatinoDayton Dayton
LatinoDayton.org is your connection to the Hispanic and Latino community in the Dayton, Ohio area.