The LATA SF Mission is to promote a bilingual, biliterate and bicultural education for the advancement of Latino students and teachers in San Francisco through events such as family conference, a college fair, scholarships for college, and an education summit.

Who We Help

Every year LATA SF works hard to raise money, volunteer time, and find resources to help empower our Latinx students and fellow educators in San Francisco. Academic success is our major goal and scholarships are a big part of how we help those who need it most. We’re proud to offer scholarships for both students & new teachers in our community.


Applications Now Open For 2024

Our scholarship applications for the 2024 year are now open. We encourage everyone to apply!

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2024 Scholarship Dinner

Tickets are now available for this year's annual Lata Scholarship Dinner.


Past Recipients

Take a look at some of our past recipients throughout the years! We’ve been able to award scholarships to over 500 unique individuals.

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Scholarship Recipients

Applications Reviewed

Years of Empowering Latinx Scholars

Donations Received

March 2024

March 2024 - LATA Newsletter

  • LATA Leadership Report / Calendar




  • Save the date LATA's Scholarship Celebration:  May 3rd


  • Alto al genocidio! Take Action!

  • Black History is not only about 1 month!

  • Stop Fossil Fuel!

  • Cultural Survival Indigenous-led Conservation 

  • Useful links from previous newsletters

  • LATA Board info

  • Y Mucho Mas !!

Febuary 2024

February 2024 - LATA Newsletter

  • LATA Leadership Report / Calendar / SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

  • CABE 2024...See you there!

  • February is Black History Month

  • Fact sheet on immigration

  • UESF News

  • Ceasefire NOW!

  • AROC

  • Community Helpers Curriculum for Elementary School

  • News from Guatemala

  • Cultural Survival Information

  • ICT - Indian Country Today news

  • Useful links from previous newsletters

  • LATA Board info

“Once social change begins, it cannot be reversed. You cannot un-educate the person who learned how to read. You cannot humiliate the person who feels pride. You cannot oppress the people who are not afraid anymore. We have seen the future, and the future is ours.”

Cesar Chavez – San Francisco, Nov. 9th, 1984