• Operate as a non-profit, public interest organization, serving the common interest of the community, and the Vietnamese community in particular.
• Operate based on volunteer and not-for-profits.
To promote and preserve the language and the broad-minded humanity culture of the Vietnamese people.
Au Co Center was originated from the Vietnamese Language Classes established by the Vietnamese Elderly Mutual Assistant Association of SF (VEMAA) since 1983, one of the first Vietnamese language classes in Northern California.
Au Co Center provides the following programs:
1. The Vietnamese Language Program (weekend) offers classes to learn Vietnamese language and culture.
2. Youth Leadership Development Program (Youth Team).
3. Cultural Program organizes or sponsors annual traditional cultural events.
Vietnamese New Year or TẾT is around the corner. This year, Tết is on Friday, February 16, 2018 (same day as Chinese New Year). TẾT is the most important holiday of the Vietnamese people. A long time ago, it was celebrated for a month-long period during the first month of the year. Nowadays, it is observed for three days; however, schools are normally closed for a week or two. Read more ...
Join us for a day of cultural appreciation through music and arts presented by the Au Co Vietnamese Cultural Center and Auco Productions. This rich program will include singing, dancing,folk opera excerpts, and musical performances ... Read More ›
A conference for individuals who are currently helping children to learn Vietnamese language in their communities. Current community teachers & staff members will attend, as well as professionals who will share their teaching skills and experiences. Read More ›
You're cordially invited to attend the seventh Southeast Asian Arts & Culture Exhibition celebrating the mid-autumn harvest season! Read More ›
Every year the Au Co Vietnamese Cultural Center and the Academic Awards Foundation recognizes students of Vietnamese descent who have excelled academically in an annual awards ceremony. Read More ›