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As part of the Latinx Cultural Center's (LCC) commitment to empowering all who recognize a vested interest in the Latinx community, the center hosts monthly workshops throughout each semester in order to promote academic, educational, personal, and professional growth. 

Old Main in fall

September Workshop: Developing Networking Skills

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 from 12:30-1:30 pm

Workshops for Fall 2019

September: Developing Networking Skills

October: Mental Health Awareness in Latinx Communities

Afternoon Skills Workshops

In addition to our monthly workshops, the LCC hosts bi-weekly skill workshops on alternating Mondays and Tuesdays. These workshops are more informal than our monthly workshops, designed to be a "come and go" type of environment where interested participants can stay for as long or as little as they can. Workshops are held from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Latinx Cultural Center. All are welcome to participate!

Every other Monday: Learning to Crochet and Knit

Not only is Dr. Christopher Gonzalez the director of the Latinx Cultural Center and an Associate Professor of English, but he is also a master crocheter! Dr. Gonzalez is more than happy to share his talents with his Utah State University familia by providing free crocheting lessons to any who are interested. Already know how to crochet? No problem! These workshops are also open to anyone who is looking for a place to practice their craft in a casual, social environment.

Beginning September 9, 3:00-4:00 PM

Every other Tuesday: Spanish Practice Sessions

One of the challenges about learning a new language, or maintaining a language, is finding opportunities to practice. The center seeks to help students looking for these types of opportunities by hosting bi-weekly practice sessions. Whether you are looking to brush up on your Spanish skills or you simply miss the sounds of home, these sessions are open to all who are interested. The sessions are meant to be a welcoming, casual environment for all speaking levels.

Beginning September 3, 3:00-4:00 PM