Iranian-American Cultural & Educational Center
Connecting, Supporting and Empowering Community Members
The Iranian American Cultural and Educational Center was founded as a nonprofit organization in 2011 in Northern California, in the City of Sacramento. IACEC founders believe that Iranian-Americans are happier and more productive by keeping traditional Persian culture alive and celebrating ancient rituals; which is why IACEC has been highly focused on hosting significant events for the Northern California community since the beginning.
What We Do
Escalate the Society
IACEC partners with local nonprofit organizations to pool resources within our community. Recently, we partnered up with Opening Doors and raised close to $7,000 worth of new household items destined for Afghani refugee families moving into our region.
IACEC offers education appropriate for our Farsi-speaking community wanting to gain skills to help them qualify for jobs, right here in our community. We provide classes to develop skills and self-confidence
IACEC offers a hardship scholarship for Northern California students who need a financial lift. The grant is meant to complement other financial assistance students may receive to help support their tuition and/or living expenses.
All the Latest
DA's Meeting with IACEC
Sacramento District Attorney, Thien Ho, recently held a meeting with members of the Iranian American Cultural Educational Center (IACEC). During the meeting, he emphasized the multitude of opportunities available in the United States compared to other countries around the world, such as China, Vietnam, the Middle East, and vario ...
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