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The Junior League of Austin
Hispanic
Mother-Daughter Program

 

 

 

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Our Purpose

The JL-HMDP was founded in 1992 to increase the representation of Hispanic women in higher education, by supporting girls who have the academic potential to succeed in college, and their mothers.  The JL-HMDP is a collaborative effort of the Junior League of Austin and The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work.  Funding for the program has been generously provided by the RGK Foundation and the United Way Capital Area.

This college preparatory program targets Hispanic females who have the academic potential to become a family's first female college graduate.  By offering an alternative life path, JL-HMDP also serves as a powerful teen pregnancy and high school drop out prevention program.  Outreach services are also provided to parents.  These services include  mother-daughter conferences and parent support groups.

Our Services

~Mentoring~
~Mother-Daughter Workshops~
~Counseling~
~Tutoring~
~Summer Leadership Conference~
~Individual Academic & Personal Counseling~
~Volunteer Opportunities~
~College Visits~
~Computer Camps~
~Campus Meetings~
~Scholarship Referrals~

Contact Information

Program Staff:
Rose Regalado Escalona, LMSW
Executive Director 
(512) 475-6308 
rregalad@mail.utexas.edu


Sonia Briseo Castellanos, BSW
Assistant Director 
(512) 475-7537 
spbriseno@mail.utexas.edu


Cindy Maciel-Reyes
Administrative Assistant
 (512) 475-6309
 cmr@mail.utexas.edu
Fax Number: 
(512) 232-2165
Address:
1925 San Jacinto Rm. 3.116A
Mail Code D3500
Austin, TX 78712 

 

 
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This website was created by students in the Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program with the help of the Austin Public Library Wired for Youth Center at the Terrazas Branch.
Copyright 2002 Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program
Last modified: March 30, 2003