Mex@Penn

SocialPre-professionalCivic engagementCommunity ServiceCulturalUndergraduateSAC

Description

As an undergraduate organization, Mex@Penn works to foster the unity of students brought together by a passion and love for Mexico, as well as to share its culture with others at the University of Pennsylvania. From this our motto: "love of the motherland is our law."

We provide students with the resources needed to develop their professional careers and address the challenges Mexico faces today. To achieve the latter, we encourage students to be proactive in addressing the needs of the Mexican community in the region and organize diverse workshops with professionals in the field.

Our club activities include:

  • Community service such as "Pan de Muerto Kit for a Cause" and "Concha Kits for a Cause"
  • Monthly GBM where we present professional opportunities, and have excellent Mexican food and treats
  • Mexican "Café con el Consul," and speaker events
  • Career Treks to visit alumni in NYC and DC
  • Cultural exchange events with other cultural clubs on campus
  • And of course celebrating Mexican holidays and events, such as the upcoming World Cup!

FAQ

Most Recent
Question: How would we get involved for the spring semester? - Anonymous

The best way to be informed about our programming is by joining our listserv and groupchat by filling out the form on our website!

- Daniel Ruiz De La Concha
~0 people found this question helpful~

Members

MRV

Maria Rodriguez Velazquez
Board
Hidden Email
AMA

Adrian Montemayor Alanis
Officer
MAV

Maria Arias Villela
Officer
PR

Paulina Ruiz
Officer
Hidden Email
See more

Basic Info

14 Registered (50 - 100 Members)

Currently Accepting Members

Open Membership

Both Semesters


Contact

How to Get Involved

If you want to get involved with Mex@Penn, please follow us on social media, and join our listserv through this link: https://forms.gle/7NBYVjRovXPbDWuY7

Please also send a message to Majo (+1 (267) 304-9814) to be added to our Whatsapp group chat!

Additional Pages