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Spanish Club

Mission and Goals

  • To provide an encouraging and safe environment for people who are committed to practicing and studying the Spanish language as well as learning about various Hispanic cultures
  • To augment the current Spanish curriculum at WCC by offering study groups and informal tutoring during meetings
  • To celebrate the diversity of WCC and actively promote patience, tolerance, and understanding of other cultures by providing a forum for education and healthy debate


Spring 2014 Meeting Schedule

Tuesdays - 4:00pm - 5:00pm in LDC 124


Upcoming Spring Quarter Events

  • Cinco de Mayo fiesta with dancing, food etc.
  • Games, movies and conversation practice
  • End of year fiesta to congratulate graduating members


Past Events

  • Guest speaker from Peru
  • 2 Dance Classes
  • Valentines Celebration
  • Annual Cinco de Mayo fiesta including food, music, and dance class
  • Field trip to Seattle Art Museum to view Picasso exit
  • Annual Day of the Dead event



  • Piñata making
  • Developing and practicing Spanish conversational skills
  • Listening to short stories (in Spanish)
  • Listening to Latin American and Spanish music
  • Preparing and eating Hispanic cuisine
  • Planning future events/presentations


Angela Enderberg


Here's what people are saying about the Spanish Club:

"Spanish club is a great way to get involved.  I made new friends and got to practice my Spanish skills.  It helps me better understand my Spanish class and the Spanish World around me".

-Ashlie Olson, 2011 President of Spanish Club


What you can expect to get out of joining the Spanish Club:

  • A stronger appreciation for diversity
  • Leadership development
  • More defined personal and educational goals
  • Enhanced self-esteem
  • Satisfying and productive lifestyles