The Chicano & Latino History Project offers the following opportunities for engagement. Please contact to request a quote for services.

For Educators:

Teacher Workshops
Our full 2-day workshops provide high quality history and ethnic studies pedagogy instruction, presentations from local experts on local Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x history, instruction in the use of local primary sources, opportunities to have courageous conversations around race and other systems of oppression, and effective teaching and social justice practices that can be included in classroom settings.

3-part Professional Development Series
Offered as either 60 or 90-minute sessions to schools and departments, this series seeks to highlight local Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x history, expose teachers to the materials gathered by the Chicano & Latino History Project, and support them in the implementation of these materials into their existing curriculum.

Ongoing Professional Development Series
Offered to districts, schools and other groups of educators, this series spans the course of an academic year and can be tailored to meet the needs of the partnering organization. This series includes everything covered in the teacher workshops and 3-part professional development series coupled with ongoing support for teachers from CLHP staff.

Curriculum Advising/Consultation
Individual teachers or small groups/teams of educators get to work closely with the Director of the CLHP to create, implement and/or cultivate community-based curriculum for ethnic studies, Chicana/o/x or Latina/o/x studies or local history courses. Including but not limited to; pedagogical frameworks, community responsive practices, scope and sequences, unit planning, individual lessons, etc.

Programming Partnerships
Have an idea for programming, clubs, or anything else related to Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x history or culture you want to implement in your school? Reach out and let’s collaborate!

In Community:

Community Workshops
Learn how to gather and preserve historic photos, written material, interviews, and physical artifacts from your own homes, friends, and family members. Engage with what it means to become advocates for Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x issues in your community!

Community Partnerships
Have an idea for an event, organization, or anything else related to Chicana/o/x and Latina/o/x history or culture you want to create for your community? Reach out and let’s collaborate!

Please Reach out to with any questions or to discuss potential collaborations!