Navigating American culture can be difficult for Spanish-speaking immigrants. Learning the language, getting kids through school, and integrating into the fabric of a community can be a daunting task. That’s where Centro Hispano comes in. The group provides education and social services to the Hispanic population in and around Knoxville, including adult education classes and after-school programs for kids and high school students. As part of a series called Press Forward, Centro Hispano Executive Director Claudia Caballero spoke to WUOT's Victor Agreda about their mission and services.