Reach the Community
Reach, participate, volunteer or educate the Hispanic population with a range of community Programs. We are dedicated to promote education and community outreach.Become a volunteer Call us
International Latino Book Awards
The International Latino Book Awards are held annually by Empowering Latino Futures, a 501c3 non-profit, in conjunction with Las Comadres para las Americas, and REFORMA: The National Association to Promote Library and Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish-Speaking (an affiliate of the American Library Association).
Empowering Students Scholarships
Find the perfect scholarship. Empowering Students offers a list of scholarships for students and scholarships to the hispanic community.
Education Begins in the Home
Education Begins in the Home (EBH),a North County San Diego nonprofit dedicated to helping improve the literacy level of children by providing them with FREE books. We’ve now given over 100,00 FREE books in over 350 events!
Latino 247 Media Group
Formerly Latino Print Network, works with 900+ media outlets serving 57% of Latino households in the USA. Services include news services, research, and media buys for the newspapers, magazines, podcasts, and websites that we work with. Reach the Hispanic community with one phone call.
Hispanic Marketing 101
Hispanic Marketing 101 is an eNewsletter with a weekly circulation of 13,400. The three key categories of readers are Hispanic media professionals (3,800, including editors from 625+ Latino newspapers and local magazines from across the USA. Many of these publications use our news service articles in their publications and on their websites.
International Society of Latino Authors (ISLA)
ISLA is a way to better help those authors, publishers, service providers, among others that have participated and continue to participate with Empowering Latino Futures. Membership in the society is open to qualifying authors, publishers and service providers.
Program In Development
Kids Succeed When Parents Read
Addressing the lack of involvement of parents in the early years of the literacy education of their children. By educating, empowering and motivating parents with low literate on reading, the problem of low reading levels in children can be addressed. Composed by a bilingual workbook and 6 weekly classes centered around providing a no-cost, non- threatening setting for parents where they will be provided input on the importance of reading to their children no matter the language. It is very important to help Latino parents realize that even with low reading skills they will be far more likely to help their children succeed in school and life with early reading.