Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

IRSC’s Eduardo Luna

Eduardo Luna — First year IRSC team member whose host site is Big Car

eduardoIRSC team member role:
Eduardo assists director of neighbor initiatives in outreach to International Marketplace, Far Eastside, & Garfield Park with an emphasis on providing connections in immigrant & refugee community

Why Eduardo chose AmeriCorps service:
He was interested in possibilities of helping people in a professional setting.

Biggest thing Eduardo has gotten out of AmeriCorps service:
Good friends and experience in how organizations work to help the community

More about IRSC members

[catlist tags=”immigrantandrefugeeserviceforps” orderby=rand excerpt=yes numberposts=3 excludeposts=this]

Hometown:
Guerrero, México 

Graduated:
IUPUI, 2008, media arts and science, B.S.

Hobbies:
The arts, music, promoting music shows

Family:
“I have a wonderful, supportive family both sides of my family,” Eduardo said. He and his wife of five years plan to stay in Indianapolis.

Plans after AmeriCorps:
Develop fulltime not-for-profit, Nopal Cultural, for Latino artists to showcase their work and to help create integration of cultures through the arts

 

 

Tags:

Leave your comment here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.