Hispanic Awareness Club

The Hispanic Awareness Club promotes and celebrates Hispanic culture through various activities on and off campus, including those in the community. St. Joseph's has a vibrant Hispanic community and our members come from diverse backgrounds. You do not have to be Hispanic or of Hispanic descent to be in this club, you just have to share a common appreciation for the culture. We welcome all who are interested to find out more about the Hispanic Awareness Club.

Club Officers

President: Stephanie Estevez
Vice president: Frances Delgado
Secretary: Krysta Verdone
Treasurer: Kevin Pruna
Senate representative: Ken Matias

Our goal

The club has taken on a sponsorship to raise money for education in Nicaragua for young children. Our first fundraiser event was Fiesta for a Cause during Hispanic Heritage Month. Future events to raise money will be "Build A Taco" and bake sales. Our goal is to raise money for at least three children to be educated.


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One-Stop Enrollment
9/4: Long Island. For adult-learner undergraduate programs.
SJC Preview Day for Prospective Students
9/13: Long Island. Discover the benefits of a St. Joseph's College education.
Feast of San Gennaro
9/17: Long Island. Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Student Life.
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