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Student Perspective

Julio Rodriguez, a Carlos Rosario School graduate, keeps himself busy in the community. He is an active leader, providing workshops on substance abuse, facilitating classes about family relations, and serving as vice president of the literacy organization CENAES. In these positions, he is now helping to provide some of the services that he needed and… Read more »

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  • $94,250

    in college scholarships raised and awarded in 2017

  • 85

    Different countries of origin represented by our student population

  • 2,500+

    Diverse adult learners enrolled annually

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Dear students, we know that many in our community may need support at this time. The Student Services Departments at both campuses are providing counseling, as well as other services like referrals and case management, throughout the summer. Our summer hours are from 8:30am to 4:00pm. Call (202) 797-4700 and ask to be connected to one of the student services departments to make an appointment. ... See MoreSee Less

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Join us at the GALA Hispanic Theatre for a panel discussing The Role of the Arts & Culture in Community-Building. This is the third charla part of the Nuestra Ciudad project, which explores the history of the DC Latinx community in the 1970s. In this panel, four prominent Latinx leaders in the arts and culture will discuss how artists and cultural workers helped build up the Latinx community in the 1970s and the continued relevance of Latinx arts and culture today. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Sonia Gutiérrez, founder of the Carlos Rosario School, for receiving the Graciela Olivarez Award from UnidosUS! This award recognizes her contributions as an educator, activist and advocate for Latinos. Reporter Erika Gonzalez presented her with the award saying: “Sonia has been a mentor and really a godmother for other Latino nonprofits in the DC metropolitan area. Her wise counsel, her irrepressible spirit, her relentless optimism, and most of all her example has been a source of inspiration for generations of community leaders.” ... See MoreSee Less

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