Dear HISPA Role Models and HISPA Supporters,
We invite you to join us to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in a very special way! Please join us at Barnes and Noble in Princeton on Friday, October 11 for an evening filled with activities.
Guenia Abreu, NY Women's Chamber of Commerce
Shirley Acevedo Buontempo, Latino U College Access
Melissa Almenas, Center for Safety and Change
William Alvarez, William Alvarez, PLIC
Arma Araiza, Pfizer
Leticia Arroyo, VIACOM
Mercedes Arroyo, NYC Department of Education
Martha Bahamon, Rutgers
Deena Bahu, VIACOM
Joseph Baide, Ogilvy NYC
Kyle Barrios, Deloitte
Role Model program launches its 6th year on September 12th at a Hispanic Heritage Month celebration hosted by Ogilvy & Mather
HISPA NYC Role Model Program Kick-Off and Recruiting Event
Thursday, September 12, 2013 from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Ogilvy and Mather
636 11th Avenue
New York, NY 10036
Dear HISPA Role Models, Partners and Friends:
As a HISPA Role Model and supporter you have demonstrated your commitment to enrich the lives of Latino students. In so doing, you contribute enormously to their quality of life while also improving the prospects for the future of our country. So, we seek your support for a new, innovative HISPA-ETS program.
Princeton, NJ, June 11 – More than 150 Hispanic middle school students heard powerful messages about staying in school, excelling and planning productive careers at an innovative conference at Princeton University in early June.
View photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/76356429@N02/sets/72157634047008803/
Princeton, NJ, June 6 – Close to 150 students from New Jersey public schools will gather at Princeton University’s Frist Hall on June 7 to learn from Latino professionals about academic achievement, higher education and careers.
Visit article here.
Leaders Convene to Discuss “How To be Smart Leaders 4All”
March 1, 2013, San Antonio, TX - Latino professionals joined forces to provide both inspirational and practical advice about educational and career prospects to 250 students at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Hands-on activities included presentations that ranged from the physics behind rocketry to archeology.