The Venezuelan Canadian Association of Calgary (VCAC) is a non-profit organization incorporated in Alberta as of May 2000. We are interested in promoting the unity among Venezuelans living in the city of Calgary and surrounding areas.
The Association is genuine, responsible, and has well defined social aspirations. The Institution intends by all possible means to disseminate and promote the quality of every person.
The Venezuelan community is a group of professionals, students, housewives, and workers with enough education and social foundations whose goal is to succeed in a country, which has shaped by the competition and efforts of immigrants with different customs and cultural roots.
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The VCAC Academic Excellence Scholarship Program (AES) promotes excellence among our members and the younger generations. The scholarships will be awarded according to the academic performance and using a systematic approach, looking for an integral citizen that represents our community in educational institutions
Our sponsors are:
• Max Britos (CFA) is a Financial Consultant through Investors Group Inc. Max has been working with Hispanics and Canadians in Calgary since 2006. Has shared his knowledge and success in managing investment portfolios through financial planning - Annual Donation: $ 500.00 CAD.
• BBA Inc. is a private engineering consulting company with offices in different cities in Canada and the World, offering services supported by advanced experience in the energy, mining and metals, oil and natural gas and biofuels sectors. Annual Donation: $ 500.00 CAD.
• The VCAC contributes with the same amount of other sponsors to support the program and promotes the inter-cultural integration of the Canadian and Venezuelan societies. - Annual donation: $ 1,000.00 CAD.
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It is a dance group that is part of the Venezuelan-Canadian Association of Calgary (VCAC) that promotes the dissemination of the typical dances of Venezuela. The artists are volunteers with backgrounds that share a common interest: the promotion of typical Venezuelan dances.
Our history goes back to a great flood in the Venezuelan zone called Vargas in December of 1999. In March of 2000, a group of Venezuelan residents in Calgary, was sent to Venezuela for the performance of typical Venezuelan dances.
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Since its founding, Cantares has participated in a variety of public events, such as the 2010, 2011, and 2012 Calgary Carol Festival and in the 2011 and 2012 Alberta Choral-Fest, which was organized by the Federation of corals of Alberta.
Since its founding, Cantares has participated in a variety of public events, such as the 2010, 2011, and 2012 Calgary Carol Festival and in the 2011 and 2012 Alberta Choral-Fest, which was organized by the Federation of corals of Alberta. In all these cultural events, the Venezuelan Songs Choir has received excellent feedback from a team of evaluators with extensive choral experience.
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