ELAC Central American Studies Course


In a project aimed at taking higher education beyond the traditional campus, CARECEN and East Los Angeles College are teaming up to help Pico Union high school students learn about their culture with a Central American Studies course taught at CARECEN on Saturdays. The course runs through the Spring semester 2016.

Students earn three college and 10 high school credits. They focus on learning about the Central American experience in the United States and its transnational connection with the countries of origin. Students registered on Jan. 30, and the course, which is free of charge, ends on June 4.

CH. ST. 031: This course introduces the Central American experience in the United States, with an emphasis on the transnational connections between the countries of origin and communities in the United States.


To find out more, call 213-385-7800 x137.

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  • commented 2016-12-30 22:41:09 -0800
    I’m in an super intro to afam studies right here at my college http://www.assignmenthelpdeal.co.uk/ (VCU)….it is AFAM 103..i love this magnificence. It covers so much of black American lifestyle and it covers the African Diaspora you will have some very in-depth conversations, research greater about yourself, for the time being we’ve got a project of piecing together a own family tree, you will learn such a lot of black history records, discuss such a lot of matters it is crazy….. after this elegance I think I need to have a minor in this however they are taking into account changing the name to African Diaspora studies as the name for the whole department in view that we attention on each person in the African Diaspora (black Americans protected) . if the teacher is pretty properly knowledgeable and open minded and now not a monotonous stick in the dust your elegance will be so top notch.
  • commented 2016-10-16 10:00:39 -0700
    I congratulate CARECEN and ELAC on an incredible educational partnership and offering to our LA youth! Leda Ramos, Professor, Chicana (o) and Latina (o) Studies Department, CSULA.
  • commented 2016-07-16 13:57:11 -0700
    The program has given me a better understanding of the correlation between civil wars in Central America and migration patterns to the United States. #CARECEN