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Events

Jun
1
9:00 am09:00

Application period opens for Sant La Fellows

Applications for the next Sant La Fellows cohort, running August 2017 through June 2018, will be available beginning Thursday, June 1st.

Sant La Fellows is a year-long community leadership program that targets young professionals of Haitian descent. The goal is to prepare and support the next generation of civic, academic, business, and political leaders in the Haitian-American community. The program includes monthly discussion labs, a trip to Haiti to explore Haitian heritage, and a capstone project that benefits the community.


Job Orientation Workshop
May
18
10:00 am10:00

Job Orientation Workshop

  • Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center

Each week Sant La's employment services staff hold a job orientation workshop. Learn about the South Florida job market, how to prepare for a successful job interview, and tips for retaining your current job. This workshop is led by our veteran employment specialists, Mr. Charles Cazeau and Mr. Wilbert Laurent.

Triumph of the Spirit: 2017 Sant La Annual Gala
May
12
7:00 pm19:00

Triumph of the Spirit: 2017 Sant La Annual Gala

Sant La’s 2017 Annual Gala celebrates seventeen years of leadership, community building, and service. The event features a cocktail reception, scrumptious food, a celebration of local humanitarians, a silent auction featuring one-of-kind Haitian-made items, and pulsating Haitian Compas music to dance the night away.

Job Orientation at Santla
Apr
13
10:00 am10:00

Job Orientation at Santla

  • Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center

Thursday April 13, 2017 the Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center is holding a job orientation starting at 10:00 AM. Learn about the South Florida job market, how to prepare for a successful job interview and receive tips on retaining your current job. Mr. Charles Cazeau, Mr. Wilbert Laurent are featured speakers and educators during this worthwhile event. We hope to see you on the 14th.

Liberty in a Soup
Apr
10
6:00 pm18:00

Liberty in a Soup

  • Barry University

Discover how "Soup Joumou" survives the Haitian Revolution to become a symbol of freedom and a significant part of Haiti's culture.