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Princeton, NJ, October 9, 2015 – Imagine more than 100 middle school students raising their hands in unison and saying “Yes, I am going to college.” That was one outcome of a day-long conference for students from three New York City schools.
Princeton, NJ, March 25, 2014 – Hispanics Inspiring Students’ Performance and Achievement (HISPA), with the support of the Latina Researchers Network (LRN), will host the first annual HISPA Youth Conference in New York City on April 4. The day-long event is themed “Take Action, Achieve Your Dreams,” and will take place at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
San Antonio, TX – Hispanic professionals from diverse backgrounds will give inspirational and educational advice to Latino middle school students at a conference at the University of Texas at San Antonio Main Campus on March 1.
Posted on 05/25/2012 by mvilla
Hispanics Inspiring Students Performance and Achievement (HISPA), a national organization that provides role models for young Latinos, partnered with UTSA today to host a youth conference for middle school students.
In an effort to increase high school graduation rates, AT&T’s HACEMOS and HISPA are sponsoring their 3rd annual Youth Conference, "Take Action! Achieve Your Dreams", to inspire students to pursue higher education by providing them access to prominent speakers and hands-on experience in varied workshops.
HACEMOS is AT&T’s Hispanic Employee Resource Group.
NJ-Based HISPA Role Model Bureau’s 2nd Annual Event Features STEM Fields
Dear HISPA Role Models, Youth Conference Volunteers and Partners,
On behalf of HISPA, we thank you for making the HISPA New Jersey 2015 Youth Conference at Princeton University an outstanding success! Thank you for your time, commitment, friendship, and support before the conference and throughout the day.
June 5 Conference to Focus on Role Models and STEM Careers, Will Feature Award-Winning Physicist Luis Delgado-Aparicio