Ethnic Organizations

Black, Chinese, East Indian, Hispanic, Taiwanese, and Vietnamese ethnic organizations in Milpitas or nearby and with a fair number of Milpitas members, which meet to socialize and meet common goals.

Black

Silicon Valley/Santa Clara County Black Chamber of Commerce
Our mission is to develop and maintain a strong positive alliance between the public and private sector, provide technical assistance through workshops, training programs, and referrals specifically designed to enhance the growth and development of black businesses.
25 N. 14th St, Suite 505, San Jose, CA 95112
408-288-8806

Chinese

Silicon Valley Chinese Engineers Association
SCEA promotes collaboration, professionalism and entrepreneurship among SCEA members and to serve as well as to protect the members’ professional and business interests. SCEA is one of the biggest Chinese professional organizations in the U.S. Facebook page.
97 East Brokaw Road, San Jose, CA
408-758-8666

East Indian

Bay Area Youth Vaishnav Parivar
BAYVP is an organization with the purpose of bringing together all Vaishnavs of the bay area. Over the past couple of years we have organized various festivals and cultural events including Saptahs, Mahaprabhiji Utsav and Annakut. We also have a yearly picnic in summer for all Vaishnavs and we conduct cultural activities for kids, including weekly Shreemay Vidya Mandir.
25 Corning Ave.
408-586-0006

India Community Center
The ICC was conceived as a place where every generation of the Indian Diaspora could find comfort in various facets of their culture, preserve and practice unique traditions and celebrate festivals and social milestones in a welcoming environment. It was also designed to be a center where people of other cultures can explore and experience Indian traditions and values.
525 Los Coches St.
408-934-1130

Silicon Valley Indian Professionals Association
SIPA is a forum for expatriate Indians in Silicon Valley to contribute towards cooperation between the USA and India in high technology areas.

Hispanic

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley
The Hispanic Chamber founders sought to maximize Hispanic business and economic development to increase better understanding between Hispanic businesses, corporate America and the community at large.
1887 Monterey Rd, San Jose, CA 95112
408-248-4800

Taiwanese

Culture Center of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in San Francisco (Milpitas), U.S.A.
The Center serves about 710,000 overseas compatriots including 30,000 Taiwanese descents. A central organizing resource for almost all south San Francisco Bay Area Taiwanese organizations, such as Chinese schools, alumni groups, commerce associations, and more. See site for full list.
100 South Milpitas Blvd.
408-747-0394

Vietnamese

International Children Assistance Network
ICAN is a (501)(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by a group of young Vietnamese professionals in April 2000. Our mission is to help children realize their potential and become the quintessential member of their family and their community. Sobrato Foundation center, off Abbott.
532 Valley Way
408-509-8788 / 408-509-1958

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