Aiding, organizing and empowering Ventura County's indigenous immigrant communities
Aiding and empowering Indigenous Oaxacan immigrants in Ventura County.
Tequio
 Reserve your seat at Taste of Oaxaca! 
Celebrate Tequio Youth Scholars at our Taste of Oaxaca evening party on March 13.
 Click here to reserve your spot or make your sponsorship donation.
Tequio Scholarship Fund
  1. Download the application: Tequio Scholarship Application 2015
  2. Please read the description: Tequio Scholarship Fund Description 2015
  3. Submit the complete application via email to tequio@mixteco.org
    or mail a hardcopy to MICOP at P.O. Box 20543 Oxnard, CA 93034-0543
    or drop it off at our office located at: 520 W. Fifth St., Suite F Oxnard, CA. 93030
  4. For any questions, comments or concerns please contact Arcenio Lopez at (805) 483-1166
Tequio Youth Group:  Developing Leaders and Changing our Future
Tequio Youth Group develops the leadership skills of indigenous Mexican youth to promote indigenous pride, encourage academic achievement, and advocate against bullying of indigenous young people.


® Leopoldo Peña

The Tequio Youth Group meets every Monday night from 6-8pm at
MICOP's central office, 520 West 5th St on the second floor. 
Join us! 
For more information, contact Vanessa Terán at the Mixteco Project, 805-483-1166.