Find internships and learn more about other cultures!
The following organizations in the Buffalo area promote Spanish and Italian culture. In many cases these organizations can be a resource for learning more about other cultures, volunteer experience and internships.
Buffalo Public Library
A variety of events: talks, displays, film screenings linked to culture. Check them out during Hispanic Heritage month especially!
Casa de Arte
Art Gallery on Elmwood Avenue in Allentown district which hosts a yearly exhibit commemorating El Dia de los Muertos in November.
El Buen Amigo Latin American Cultural Association
Friends of the Hispanic Arts
A not for profit organization that promotes the Hispanic arts in the Buffalo and neighboring communities.
Hispanic Heritage Council of WNY Inc
Hispanics United of Buffalo
Holy Angels Church
Check out their calendar for masses in Spanish
Holy Cross Church
Check out their calendar for masses in Spanish and other events linked to the Hispanic cultures particularly, their Día de los Reyes (the Three Kings) celebration on January 6
Mattina Neighborhood Health Center
Clinic located on Niagara Street in Buffalo, not far from the D'Youville campus.
Our Lady of Hope Roman Catholic Church
Panorama Hispano is the regional news and information newspaper for Hispanic and other diverse communities.
Pilgrim-St. Luke's United Church of Christ
The Puerto Rican and Hispanic Day Parade of WNY
Centro Culturale Italiano di Buffalo
A nonprofit organization started up Dr. Francesco Giacobbe (father of Dr. Paola Kersch), which promotes Italian culture.
Centro Culturale Italiano Website