Legal Information Panel at UWM

Attorneys Alia S Rouf from Rouf Law and Elizabeth Murrar from Murrar Law will be informing students about current immigration issues.

legal info panel

Uncertain Times: How to Cope

The RHC & University Counseling will be hosting an open dialogue session to offer support & teach coping skills.

uncertain times

Activities Coordinator

Older Adult Program Assistant/Activities Coordinator (See attached)
The primary goal of the Program Assistant/Activities Coordinator is to facilitate educational and recreational programming for seniors at MCC’s Senior Center. Responsible also for datacollection and entry along with updating and maintaining clients files documenting participation of participants and impact of program. Some post secondary training or education in social work, human services, or gerontology, and one year related experience working with the elderly.  Understanding of and familiarity with Southeast Asian culture required. Bilingual (English/Hmong/Lao/Spanish) preferred but not required.

Schedule: 29 hours a week

Pay Rate: $10-12/hour

Benefits: Paid time off, matching retirement after one year of service

Youth Academics and Volunteer Coordinator

Youth Academics and Volunteer Coordinator
Milwaukee Christian Center – Youth Development Program

The Youth Academics and Volunteer Coordinator’s primary responsibilities include coordinating and delivering high quality academic support, working with colleagues to deliver dynamic enrichment activities, recruiting and managing volunteers that support program goals, and recording program data. In addition to these responsibilities this position is expected to support all youth program efforts, including those that lie outside of the position’s focus areas. A majority of this position’s time is spent directly with youth and families.

The Youth Development Program delivers dynamic academic and social enrichment opportunities, creating a platform for youth to thrive academically and socially, setting the stage for future professional success. The program serves youth ages 6-17 and is located at Kosciuszko Community Center on Milwaukee’s near south side.

Schedule: 28 hours/week, Monday-Thursday 12:30-7:30p.m.* (possible flexibility in scheduling, candidate should be prepared to work occasional) Fridays and weekends

Pay Rate: $13-15/hour
Benefits: Paid time off, matching retirement after one year of service

Click here for full pdf job description

For more information visit MCC’s website here

Upward Bound Hiring

The Upward Bound is hiring Tutoring and Residence Hall Advisor positions. Upward Bound is a pre-college program that work with high school students.  Students must have at least 30 credits or Sophomore status to apply these positions.

The job descriptions and application are attached. The deadline to apply is April 5, 2017. Students can drop off completed applications to Mitchell Hall 205. Please contact Natalia Ornelas at, or 414-229-6799, for questions.

Mexican Fiesta Educational Forum 2017

4th Annual Student/Parent Educational Forum 2017

Saturday, April 8th from 11 am to 2 pm at the Mexican Fiesta Office (2997 S. 20th St. Milwaukee, WI 53215). This year we will be focusing on STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine).

Everybody is invited to participate in this event where we will have:

  • More than 35 Hispanic Professionals will be ready to answer questions regarding their careers and current professional development
  • School fair
  • Job fair
  • Workshops
  • Networking
  • Internships
  • Laptops raffle (Students only)
  • Special raffle (Parents only)
  • $1,000 Scholarship lottery (High school senior and college students only)

Please see the attached presentation and flyers for more information. If you have any questions, please contact me at 414-383-7066 ext.404

Video of 2016 Forum below

17 more days until the 4th Annual Students/Parents Educational Forum 4/08/17. Please share this information and plan to attend. is a short video of what happened last year!!!! The committee & staff are working hard to provide an extraordinary event for you!!!!

Posted by Mexican Fiesta on Wednesday, March 22, 2017

RHC Scholarship/Grant

Scholarships for Spring 2017 have all been awarded. We will update here when funds are available for Fall 2017.

Hello Students!

We invite you to take advantage of the PALM Emergency Grant and secure additional money to fund your Spring or Fall 2017 semester at UWM.

The Roberto Hernández Center is committed to supporting Hispanic/Latino/a/x student success at UWM. Our experience in serving our students has proven that more often than not, students are also full-time workers, heads of households and parents. In response to the unique needs of our students, the RHC has established the Latino Student Fund, a unique source of emergency funding for currently enrolled Latino students facing unexpected expenses that affect their continued pursuit of an undergraduate degree. The overall goal of the Latino Student Fund is to increase the number of Latinos successfully graduating from the university. The Emergency Fund provides between 8-10 $500 dollar grants each academic year. APPLY NOW!

How to Apply Click Here