|Hispanic-American Women's Association
Welcome to our official website! Here you will learn about the Hispanic-
American Women’s Association (AHAM) and what we do to further both
our culture and education in the Upstate of South Carolina.
As you navigate through the pages you will find cultural highlights, the
winners of our scholarships, and a list of sponsors and those
supporting our cause. They collaboration makes it possible to
continue AHAM’s annual scholarship awards program.
Thank you for visiting and we hope you enjoy your self-guided tour!
The Hispanic-American Women’s Association (AHAM) has been formed with the purpose of uniting the Spanish speaking community of the
Upstate of South Carolina, to organize activities that allow us to enjoy our language, culture and folklore, and to raise money to provide
educational opportunities for students of Hispanic origin through scholarships.
We plan to organize and promote activities that will enable us to share our culture in order to create a better understanding of the Latin
Community in the Upstate of South Carolina and the world.
AHAM’s Scholarship Award Ceremony is held in May at the Auditorium of the University Center of Greenville in McAllister Square.
The awards are distributed among college-bound Hispanic students. The scholarship is based on financial need, academic merit,
and community involvement.
The Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations takes place during September-October in different institutions throughout the Upstate
SC. During these events, AHAM actively participates at McAlister Square by displaying folkloric attire, artistic displays, visual
presentations, and delicious regional dishes from different countries from North, South, and Central America, Spain and the
The International Gala for Higher Education takes place the 2nd Saturday in November from 6:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. The Gala is
another fundraising event, where a formal dinner and dancing unite the community who get together to enjoy family and friend’s
company. Get your ticket here...
|“Compartiendo Culturas y Promoviendo Educación"
"Sharing Cultures and Promoting Education”