Our Community Partners
Various companies, colleges and community groups form partnerships with the school to provide support in different ways. Past and present partners include the Hispanic American Organization, Pennsylvania Department of Education, National Council of LA RAZA, KNBT Bank, Lowe's, PPL, Allentown Art Museum, Community Music School, DaVinci Science Center, Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum, Carbon-Lehigh Intermediate Unit, East Stroudsburg University, Kutztown University, Lehigh Carbon Community College, Lehigh University and Muhlenberg College.
Hispanic American Organization
The mission of the Hispanic American Organization is to improve the quality of life of Hispanic families by helping them become more economically self-sufficient.
HAO was founded in 1976 with it goal being "to provide high quality bilingual job training, life skills, and support programs for an increasing number of Lehigh Valley residents who are striving to become productive members of society." HAO seeks to assure the success of the student by understanding and embracing the needs of the family. Parenting, financial management, and responsible home ownership are among the life skills included in the curriculum. Day care is available for the children of students and graduates in the work force. Parents and children learn the importance of continuing education and a strong work ethic by working together toward a common goal. Address: 462 Walnut Street, Allentown, PA 18102. Website: Hispanic American Organization
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of the Lehigh Valley
HCCLV was organized for the purpose of advancing the commercial, industrial, and professional interests of our members and the greater Lehigh Valley business community as a whole. Website: HCCLV
National Council of La Raza
The largest national Latino civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States, NCLR works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans. Website: National Council of La Raza
SER Jobs for Progress, Inc.
SER Jobs for Progress, Inc. is in the business of developing and cultivating human resources for the nation's workforce, both in public and private sectors. SER's special emphasis is to address the needs of Hispanics in the areas of education and job skills training. Website: SER Jobs for Progress, Inc.