The Cameroon Community provides a host of services to the city of St Paul and the entire Twin Cities. First and foremost is the critical role it plays as a home away from home for Minnesotans with a Cameroonian heritage and African immigrants generally. The beautiful space can be converted to a banquet hall for home parties like anniversary celebrations, and cultural events like the "Born House" - a deeply moving traditional ceremony conducted to welcome home a new-born, and more.
Are you looking for a space for a symposium, workshop, and or seminar? The Cameroon Community Center has been providing ample opportunities to many immigrants looking to provide adult enrichment education in areas like personal finances, mortgage, financial aid opportunities for students, employment counseling, and more. These events service the ongoing mission of MINCAM to empower Cameroonians and make them an important resource to their communities.
One area that Minnesotans from the Cameroons continue to add value in is the cultural enrichment of the communities they live in across the state. Coming from a country with more than 250 ethnic groups and languages, Cameroonian immigrants find themselves in a unique position to contribute substantially to enrich the cultural mosaic of the state and country. Partly to preserve their cultural roots and partly to share their heritage, Cameroon immigrants have a plethora of cultural associations that mimic their home country. A cultural tourist can visit Cameroon without leaving the Twin Cities simply by coming by attending events at the Cameroon Community Center.