El Concilio of San Mateo County


Promotor Education and Employment Project & Multi-Cultural Community Health Educator Program (MCCEP)

A partnership program between El Concilio of San Mateo County and Cañada College.

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The PEEP/MCCHEP curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for entry-level positions in community-oriented health and social services. It provides a family oriented, culturally and linguistically appropriately and sensitive approaches to health & human service delivery, information and referral sources, and client advocacy in various settings.

Our Vision

Our Goal

Our goal is to prepare cadres of multi-cultural, multi-lingual residents of San Mateo County for local occupations or continuing education in the health and human service fields.

Successful Graduates

EL CONCILIO OF SAN MATEO COUNTY'S Mission is to improve the quality of life for Latinos and other underserved communities by increasing leadership, education and employment opportunities, and access to quality health care in San Mateo County.

CAÑADA COLLEGE'S Mission is to ensure that students from diverse backgrounds achieve their educational goals by providing quality instruction. Their aim is to foster students' personal development and academic success.


For more information Contact:
Gloria Flores-Garcia, El Concilio of San Mateo County at (650) 373-1084 or Julie Mooney at Cañada College (650) 325- 6936