Volunteer Sue de Chant working with students in the Read to Suceed program
To support a diverse community strengthened by change and cultural differences while working together to build the American Dream.
To be the Bridge of Integration to Hispanics
and to the Communities in which they live through Education.
Founded in 2006, Casa Guadalupe Education Center, Inc. is the only bilingual and bicultural non-profit community based program north of Milwaukee and Waukesha counties in Wisconsin to serve Hispanics throughout Washington County. Located in West Bend, our agency is the centralizing point that has helped educate and integrate over 500 of the 3300 Hispanic residents.
We dedicate ourselves as a community outreach facility and provide a sought-after directorship for public agencies and educational institutions and businesses that are committed to understanding the diverse roles Hispanic people offer to a community.
Our “Preparing Hispanics for the 21st Century Workforce” program centers on three initiatives that work in tandem: Adult Education, Hispanic Children Academic Achievement, and Community Bridging. Together, the three initiatives advance our mission through its core values of “childhood to adulthood” education.
The goal of the "Preparing Hispanics for the 21st Century Workforce" program is to sustain and advance the general prosperity and well being of all Washington County residents by supporting the educational efforts of its growing Hispanic population to attain "The American Dream".
Casa Guadalupe Education Center, Inc. is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and is a registered as a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization, separate from the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.