BEDMINSTER, February 27, 2014 – A group of HISPA staff and volunteers joined with middle school students from our HISPA Role Model Program partner schools to participate in the annual HACEMOS High Technology Day at three AT&T locations. HACEMOS, the AT&T Hispanic/Latino Employee Resource Group (ERG), hosted its 16th annual event for 1900 students at 31 sites in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
We are proud to announce that our President Ivonne Díaz-Claisse, PhD will be honored as one of the Class of 2014 to be inducted into the New Jersey Women’s Hall of Fame, presented by the YWCA of Trenton. The Induction Gala will take place on Thursday, March 20, 2014 at The Westin Princeton.
The following is the opening address by Yvette Donado, chief administrative officer and senior vice president of nonprofit Educational Testing Service (ETS), at the National Urban Fellows 45th anniversary conference. Published by Latina Lista 1/28/14.
Princeton, NJ [CapitalWirePR] December 12, 2013 – To better understand how the Hispanics Inspiring Students’ Performance and Achievement (HISPA) Role Model Program affects middle-school students, Educational Testing Service (ETS) has been working with HISPA to gather survey data from students who participated in the program.
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
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.
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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.