Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans
AAMA is a community-based organization designed to inspire and empower Latinos to pursue and achieve their potential. Our efforts are focused in the areas of English proficiency, educational attainment, workforce readiness and leadership development. Founded in 1970 as the Association for the Advancement of Mexican Americans to serve at-risk students in Houston’s East End, today AAMA serves more than 22,000 children, teens, and adults in Houston, San Antonio, and the Rio Grande Valley. Our core programs in Houston include Sanchez Charter School, Adelante Adult Education, and Prevention and Treatment services. In San Antonio and the Rio Grande Valley, we offer components of our Prevention and Treatment services for teens and adults. To learn more about AAMA and how you can help inspire and empower Latinos to reach their potential, please visit www.aama.org.
El Hogar del Niño was founded out of a local church basement in 1972 by various community members who sought to develop the first bilingual [...]Read More