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April 10, 2014, New York, NY – More than 70 volunteers from corporate Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), professional associations and academia came together on April 4 at the first annual HISPA NYC Youth Conference to deliver powerful messages on college readiness and career awareness to NYC middle school students.
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MIDDLETOWN, NJ – February 26, 2009 - The HISPA Role Model program will be taking part in National High Technology Day events in New Jersey and Atlanta on Thursday, Feb. 26.
On behalf of HISPA, I would like to invite your organization's membership to attend the 2009 Three Kings Banquet at the Seabra's Armory on Saturday, January 17, 2009. This event presents a perfect opportunity for us to join together and celebrate our commitment to inspire students' academic performance and achievement.
San Antonio, TX – June 20, 2008
HISPA proudly sponsored the 2nd Annual HACEMOS Youth Conference in San Antonio, Texas on June 20. With the theme, “Life after High School,” students were offered an invaluable opportunity to spend a day with many role models representing diverse cultures and professional backgrounds, while learning about the importance of education.
Manuel Martínez 2008-06-27 www.impre.com/Rumbo
Unos 100 estudiantes de varios distritos escolares de la ciudad acudieron a la segunda conferencia juvenil de HACEMOS, la asociación de empleados hispanos de AT&T.
President of National Mentoring Program Delivers Opening Remarks, San Antonio, Texas
HISPA, a national organization that links up Hispanic/Latino role models with students, is a proud sponsor of the 19TH Annual HACEMOS Scholarship Foundation National Conference being held in San Antonio, Texas on June 20.
On February 21, Dr. Diaz-Claisse talked to students of four NJ schools about her educational background and career as part of the High Technology Day events in Middletown, NJ at one of AT&T Labs locations. This event was hosted by HACEMOS, the Hispanic Employee Resource Group of AT&T.