The Chinese American Cooperation Council(CACC) is a California Nonprofit organization headquartered in Pleasanton, California. Since its founding in 2003, CACC has thrived continuously to become an exciting and influential organization to serve our community. As a non-profit organization, we are "by the people, of the people and for the people." Our dedicated volunteers have made the achievements of CACC possible today. First and foremost are the attributes of the members of the Board of Directors. Their talents and their diligent dedication are instrumental to CACC's success. Like other CACC members, they are the backbone of CACC's success; they are the witnesses of CACC's growth.
Their contributions are forever remembered and appreciated. They are part of the CACC extended family, in the past and in the future.
美中合作协会（CACC）自2003年5月成立至今，规模不断扩展壮大，已成为北加州极具影响力和号召力的社团组织之一。作为一个由志愿者组成、以服务于社区大众即 "By the People, Of the People and For the People" 为宗旨的非盈利组织，能取得今天的成绩，离不开每一位志愿者的无私奉献，特别是历届董事会的成员，他们的统筹决策和辛勤付出是CACC成功走到今天的关键。大家会永远感谢和铭记他们的忘我奉献。和其他无数的志愿者们一样，他们是CACC的功臣，见证着CACC的成长，他们将永远是CACC这个大家庭不可缺少的成员，昨天如此，今天如此，明天也如此。
CACC Chinese School is located in Pleasanton, California. We have some of the best teachers from China and around the Bay Area. CACC intends to build better communities and develop future leaders who understand diversity and global challenges, are confident and inspiring, and eager to serve California and the world.
The school has provided high quality and affordable education in Chinese language and culture education in the East Bay since 2003. Currently, we have seven major programs with more than 90 classes and 1,800 registrations. Many of our students are non-Chinese speakers.
Chinese American Cooperation Council ("CACC"), is a California Nonprofit organization headquartered in Pleasanton, California. The mission of CACC is to promote cultural heritage and enhance friendship in the Chinese American community and to facilitate the cultural and business exchanges and cooperation between the peoples of the United States and the Greater China.