The Latino Academy of Workforce Development will be closed today until Monday, March 30.

The Latino Academy of Workforce Development’s mission is to educate and train underserved Latinos in Dane County ensuring family-sustaining wages and career pathways for generations to come.

“We continue to closely monitor information from our public health officials and will update you as new information becomes available,” said Latino Academy Executive Director Baltazar De Anda Santana in a press release. “Thank you for all your hard work and dedication. Wishing everyone health and safety during these difficult times.”

Latino Academy’s staff will be working remotely from home and they will continue to provide academic case management and employment placement support via phone, and through video calls. Although the Latino Academy classes are canceled until Monday, March 30, the Latino Academy is currently working on ways to continue providing educational resources to students during this time.

Although the Latino Academy offices are now closed, staff and administrators will be available via phone, email, text and Facebook. The Latino Academy will update our Facebook page with information and community resources daily.