Spanish Resource Center - Los Angeles (currently closed because of the pandemic)

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THE SPANISH RESOURCE CENTER BETWEEN SUNSET AND HOLLYWOOD BLVD.

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NALCAP - NORTH AMERICAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE ASSISTANTS PROGRAM

LOS ANGELES SPANISH RESOURCE CENTER

Los Angeles Spanish Resource Center was opened in 1990 after signing a Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Education of Spain and Rossier School of Education at University of Southern California (USC).

In 2015 Los Angeles Resource Center changes its location to Hollywood High School after the signing of an agreement of collaboration between the Mnistry of Education of Spain and Los Angeles Unified School District. Our mission is to promote the Spanish language and the understanding of the different cultures that have this language as their main way of communicating.

MAIN GOALS

  • To advance the language and culture of Spain and to encourage areas of collaboration with American and Spanish organizations related to the growth of the Spanish language and culture in California and the United States.

  • To provide educational resources in Spanish from our catalog, in consultation or as loans.

  • To support and foster bilateral educational agreements through educational outreach programs such as the language assistant programs, both in Spain and in the United States.

  • To distribute information pertaining to the educational outreach programs sponsored by the Education Office of the Embassy of Spain.

  • To provide professional development activities to educators of Spanish.

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Spanish Resource Center director:

Adriano López García: cer.losangeles@educacion.gob.es

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