Latino Student Organizations at UWM
Ahora! Latin Dance Organization
Contact: Evelinda Mejia or Cecilia Sanchez
Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting
Contact: Jenny Valle
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (414) 712-1480
Purpose: ALPFA creates opportunities, adds value, and builds relationships for its members, the community and its business partners while expanding Latino leadership in the global workforce.
Activities: Activities include meetings where students can interact and network with Latino professionals. Volunteering activities and opportunities to build relationships with fellow students.
Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority
Contact phone: (414) 229-2691
Purpose: GAO's purpose as a LAtina-based community service organization is to focus on providing support, mentorship and guidance of women. We are an environment which brings about a unique and worthwhile part of the university experience.
Activities: GAO's activities entail long and short- term community, group and individual responsibilities; also planning and attending various on- and off-campus activities as well as social events.
Kappa Delta Chi Sorority
Contact phone: (414) 229-2891
Purpose: The purpose of Kappa Delta Chi shall be to promote the traditional values of unity, honesty, integrity and leadership of its members. We are dedicated to service for the university and the minority community with special emphasis on the Hispanic population; a servitude based on love and friendship.
Activities: Their activities are to host and attend various service events at the university and within the community. We will hold fundraisers and plan to have social events with other sororities and fraternities.
Latino Student Union
Contact campus mail: Union box 19
Purpose: The LSU is a student-based organization dedicated to creating a positive voice on campus and in the community. As a collective, they are focused on the educational advancement of all students and thus encourage cultural awareness, political activism, fellowship, leadership development and coalition builing amongst other organizations on campus and in the community.
Activities: LSU activities include a cultural, social, service and political newsletter, fundraiser and publicity committees. LSU holds protest, marches, yearly talent show and dances.
Omega Delta Phi Fraternity
Campus Mail: Union Box 180
Campus Office: Union 389
Phone: Roberto Jaimes (262) 308-0430 or Ricardo Vargas (414) 491-6727
Purpose: Our purpose as a multicultural Fraternity dedicated to service in the community is to graduate all of our members
Activities: Our main activities involve volunteer work, both individual and group, fundraising, and social events.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Contact: Mario Matos
Campus Office: EMS E371Y
Purpose: SHPE is the source for quality Hispanic engineers and technical talent, the leading social-technical organization whose primary function is to enhance and achieve the potential of Hispanics in engineering, math and science.
Activities: activities include national and regional conferences, social and team-building events, community service, company tours, mentoring and tutoring.
Youth Empowered In the Struggle (YES)
Classification: Social Justice
Contact: Kennia Coronado
Cam[pus Office: Union 366
Purpose: YES is a youth-led, multicultural social justice group that struggles for student, immigrant, and worker rights.