Houston, TX — April 1, 2017
For more than 46 years, AAMA has helped Latinos achieve their potential. AAMA has motivated at-risk youth to finish school and encouraged many to go on to college. They have taught immigrant adults to communicate in English and have guided scores of them to gain the knowledge they need to become contributing United States citizens. AAMA has prepared them to enter workforce development courses and secure livable wage jobs. And also helped both youth and adults break the cycle of addiction and make positive choices that improve the quality of their lives.
AAMA has empowered men, women and children to pursue their dreams and inspired leaders within the community. In short, AAMA has helped tens of thousands of Latinos to achieve to be truly amazing.
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