Youth Program

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SAMA SAMA is a youth program initiated by Filipino Migrant Center.  Currently, the Filipino Migrant Center works with Cabrillo High School students in Long Beach and Carson High School students every summer and provides a series of educational workshops for students to learn about our culture, history and the legacy of Filipino heroes through theater, music, painting and video production!  

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Who can join the Sama Sama Summer Workshops?

The Sama Sama Summer Workshops are aimed towards youth of ages 13-24. Even if you have no experience with theater and the arts, if you are interested in learning and meeting new people, you can join the workshops.

What are we going to learn?

Through the eight sessions, we will learn how to tell stories through theater, arts, music, and dance. We will be doing a lot of fun games that will make you feel comfortable in performing. We will also have field trips to and activities to get to know each other and our community better.

How much do I have to pay?

All the workshops are FREE. All we need from you is your commitment to learning new skills and meeting new people. Bring your friends too! Donations are always welcome to help us pay for the materials.

What else can I get out of it?

If you are a high school student needing to complete your community service hours, participating in the workshop can help you. Please contact us for more information.

Contact: Alex Montances, Alex@filipinomigrantcenter.org | (562) 438-9515

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