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  • For more information on these intern and work-study opportunities, contact the staff member listed in each posting.

    Centro Seeks Partners for Historical Preservation and Research Partnership Program

    Centro will provide limited funding for partners to collect archival material, conduct research and disseminate information as part of its Historical Preservation and Research Partnership Program for fall 2013-spring 2014. Centro seeks proposals from historians and researchers for projects that develop and collect data and/or analyze existing or new materials.

    Spring Application Deadline:
    November 1, 2013

    Spring Projects Ending:
    June 30, 2014

  • For more information Click Here

  • Puerto Rican Federal Affairs Administration
    Seeks Community Officer

    The Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration (PRFAA) in New York City is seeking candidates to apply for a community officer position.

  • For more information about this job opportunity, Click Here

  • Now available for purchase via the Centro website

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  • Buy the e-book version of The Stories I Read to the Children Here

    Buy the e-book version of Soy Gilberto Gerena Valentín Here

    "Este libro recorre la vida de un gran acitivista boricua… Imprescindible para estudiar la diáspora"
    -El Nuevo Día

  • Letras que Invitan Tinta Fresca

  • Call for Papers on
    Julia de Burgos

    In honor of the 100th anniversary of Julia de Burgos' birth, Centro seeks papers that reflect critically on Burgos’s work from diverse interpretive approaches.

    Guest editor
    Lena Burgos-Lafuente
    Stony Brook University, SUNY

  • For More Information Click here...

  • Puerto Rican Population Continues to Grow

    Estimates show that the Puerto Rican population in the United States grew by 1.75% in 2012, a trend of continuous growth for this population group. Puerto Ricans continue to grow at a faster rate than the country’s population as a whole (0.75%), much faster than the non-Hispanic white population (0.08%), and nearly as fast as the overall Latino population (1.97%).

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  • Two New Centro Nuyorican Art Exhibits Open Tomorrow Friday

    Join us Friday, September 20, for Centro’s opening reception of two exciting and historic art exhibits. One show, entitled nu-YO-Rican, in the Hunter College East Harlem Art Gallery, spotlights five accomplished New York-based Puerto Rican artists. A second show, Posters on the Wall: Our Nuyorican Story, in the lobby adjacent to the gallery, is built from the Centro Archives’ extensive graphics collection.

    The public reception, which will include food and music, is from 6 to 8 pm at the Hunter College School of Social Work Silberman Building, 2180 Third Avenue at East 119th Street. Hunter College President Jennifer Raab and Centro Director Edwin Meléndez will speak during the exhibit inauguration.

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  • Centro Honors 23 Puerto Ricans At Two Events in Chicago and Massachusetts

    As part of its 100 Puerto Ricans Campaign Preserving Our History, Centro recently honored 23 leaders in the Puerto Rican community at affinity events in Chicago and Worcester, Mass.

    Sixteen leaders from Chicago and seven from Worcester were recognized for agreeing to join Centro’s 100 Puerto Ricans by donating their papers or oral histories to the Centro Archives. The donations allow the Centro Archives to continue documenting the experiences that are the living history of Puerto Ricans in the United States. And will be the sources of information about Puerto Ricans living in the U.S. for future historians, researchers, students and the community.

  • For more information Click Here

  • Centro's New Educational Tool
    Highlights Puerto Rican Heritage

    Centro’s new Puerto Rican Heritage Poster Series, a collection of five large posters provide a brief historical chronology of Puerto Ricans in the United States and three historical and demographic maps that pictorially reflect Puerto Rican migration. As part of Centro’s Traveling Exhibits program, the posters are available to educational and not-for-profit organizations free as a traveling exhibit. The posters are also available for sale to the general public.

    This rich eight-poster heritage series is designed to provide an attractive visual educational tool for teachers and others to use in classrooms or other public spaces, and to introduce students to and interest them in this significant piece of Puerto Rican and American history.

  • For more information Click Here

  • Job Opportunities

    Become part of Centro. We are currently looking to fill a few slots for a digitization project coordinator, marketing coordinator, outreach database coordinator and marketing consultant. This is a dynamic time to join Centro as we are celebrating our 40th anniversary this year. Be part of our team and celebrate with us.

  • Marketing Coordinator

  • Marketing Consultant

  • Outreach Database Coordinator

  • Centro Digitization Project Coordinator

  • Become Part of Our History:
    Join Centro’s 100 Puerto Ricans

    This Centro Archives’ campaign is designed to encourage individuals and organizations to record and document their experiences for future generations by donating their important documents. The campaign aims to expand the Archives and fill gaps in our collections.

    Contact: Alberto Hernández or call 212-396-7876

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