Our Mission To create a more humane and democratic society by responding to the needs and problems of disenfranchised people through leadership development and educational programs based on Popular Education methodology. Specifically our goal is to organize and educate immigrants concerned with solving problems in their own communities.

IDEPSCA Response to Yesterday's Fifth Circuit Court Decision on DAPA/DACA 2

For Immediate Release : Nov. 10, 2015
Los Angeles, CA
Contact : Maegan Ortiz
maegan@idepsca.org
213-252-2952

Maegan E. Ortiz, Interim Executive Director released the following statement regarding yesterday's DAPA/DACA 2 Decision:

Popular Education 101

We are trying to get back to our roots and reflect our name, be an institute for Popular Education. Last week staff and new volunteers from Occidental College and Azusa Pacific University met at IDEPSCA's main office in Pico Union to get a taste of what popular education is (and what it isn't) and its historical roots in Latin American movements.

Day Labor Program Outreach Coordinator

Job Title: Outreach Coordinator
Reports to: Site Manager, Administrative Manager, and Outreach Manager
Program: Day Labor Program
Status: Part-Time (20 hours/week)
Start Date: As soon as possible
Close Date: June 30, 2016
The Institute of Popular Education of Southern California (IDEPSCA) is a nonprofit community based organization whose purpose is to promote self-determination in the Latino community in Southern California politically, culturally, and economically using popular education methodology. We promote

We're Hiring an Outreach Coordinator for our Day Labor Project

Job Title: Outreach Coordinator
Reports to: Site Manager, Administrative Manager, and Outreach Manager
Program: Day Labor Program
Status: Part-Time (20 hours/week)
Start Date: As soon as possible
Close Date: June 30, 2016

The Institute of Popular Education of Southern California (IDEPSCA) is a nonprofit community based organization whose purpose is to promote self-determination in the Latino community in Southern California politically, culturally, and economically using popular education methodology. We promote

IDEPSCA Welcomes New Staff to Health Project / Bienvenido al Nuevo Personal del Proyecto de Salud

We are pleased to welcome Marcela Hernandez to our Health Project. Marcela is working as the outreach coordinator for this year's project on toxic education and advocacy for the Day Laborer Health Promoters and Household workers funded by the Rose Foundation.

Marcela has a strong background in organizing for immigrant communities and we are excited and feeling lucky to have her as part of our team.

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