MANA de Albuquerque
P. O. Box 25801
Albuquerque, NM 87125
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- Leadership Development for Latinas
- Latina Youth Leadership and Mentoring
- Advocacy training
- Community Service Opportunities
- Volunteer Opportunities
Hours of OperationBoard meets the first Wednesday of the month: 5:30-7:30pm
Hermanitas meet the 3rd Saturday of the month: 10am-noon
MANA de Albuquerque is a chapter of MANA-A National Latina Organization. MANA de Albuquerque is an all-volunteer 501c3 non-profit. Our mission is to empower Latinas through Leadership Development, Community Service and Advocacy. MANA de Albuquerque has been in our community since 1984.
MANA de Albuquerque Hermanitas® Program
The Hermanitas® program offers one-on-one mentoring and personal, career and leadership training for girls 11-17. They meet monthly during the school year and participate in workshops designed to encourage girls to stay in school, pursue high academic and career goals, maintain and/or improve their health, raise their self confidence and expectations for the future. MANA has a memorandum of understanding with Girl Scouts. MANA de Albuquerque Hermanitas are also a standalone Girl Scout Troop with all benefits and privileges. Mentors who serve in the MANA HERMANITAS® program are called Madrinas®. Madrinas® attend all Hermanita’s® monthly meetings, other events and communicate weekly with their Hermanitas.
AvanZamos® Leadership Program
Leadership development also occurs on a “grass roots” basis through the all volunteer leadership of each chapter’s Board of Directors and Committees. Chapters organize and produce workshops, conferences, fundraise and other activities on leadership development, community service and advocacy. The AvanZamos® Initiatives is a national effort providing adult leadership training for personal and professional development, community benefit and capacity building.
MANA de Albuquerque Scholarship Fund
MANA de Albuquerque Scholarship Program awards yearly scholarships of $1000 to Latinas in Bernalillo and Sandoval counties who are enrolled in an accredited college or university and, who demonstrate a commitment to community service. Over $200,000 has been awarded since inception.