A.L.A.S. program volunteers serve as Latino/Hispanic student advocates and nurture the professional networks of Latino/Latina/Latinx/Hispanic community members and employees of Montgomery College. ALAS is the coordinating body for A.L.M.A. (Advancing Latino Male Achievement) activities. In a county where 25% are reported as Hispanic/Latino, it is in the best interests of the college's recruitment strategy to understand and provide adequate support for the audience who will drive enrollment in the years to come, as well as provide equitable service to a population historically neglected, and oppressed, by higher education.
General Advocacy Opportunity Youth Civic Engagement Community Crisis Support Disaster Relief Early Childhood Education General Education Employment Entrepreneurial Training Faith-Based Financial Assistance Food Insecurity, Hunger International LGBTQ+ Marginalized Populations Mental Health Services Persons with Disabilities Politics Poverty & Basic Needs Professional Development Race & Ethnicity Research STEM Social Justice Special Needs Student Fieldwork Sustainability Tutor Veterans & Military Families Victim Services Voting & Civic Engagement
2 People | 2 Impacts | 126 Hours | 3,427 Total Economic Impact